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JULY 28, 1962 




A highly respected veteran and a gifted young newcomer have played an important role in keeping MGM/Verve Records strongly represented on the charts 
this vear. The veteran is David Rose (top left) and the youngster, Richard Chamberlain. Rose, who hit the #1 spot with his single “The Stripper,” is 
seen congratulating Chamberlain on the tremendous success of Dick’s “Theme From Dr. Kildare” recording, for which Rose handled the musical chores. 
The faces in the lower photo are beaming over the top showing made by Rose’s “Stripper” LP. Surrounding the maestro are: Creed Taylor, A & R 
head of Verve Records; Tom While, director of Administration of MGiM/ Verve and Jesse Kaye, v.p. in charge of west coast activities and A & R exec. 





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Cash Box 


Vol, XXIII — Number 47 


July 28, 1962 


POUNDED BY BILL GERSH 




PRIDE AND JOY 


Gash Box 

(Publication Office) 

1780 Broadway 
New York 19, N. Y. 

(Phone: JUdson 6-2640) 
CABLE ADDRESS: CASHBOX, N Y 


^ JOE ORLECK, President and Publisher 
t NORMAN ORLECK, VP and Managing Director 
I GEORGE ALBERT, VP and Treasurer 


' EDITORIAL— Music 

‘ MARTY OSTROW, Editor-in-Chief 

‘ IRA HOWARD. Editor 

' IRV LICHTMAN, Associate Editor 

i DICK ZIMMERMAN, Editorial Assistant 

I MIKE MARTUCCI, Editorial Assistant 

1 BOB ETTINGER, Editorial Assistant 

( POPSIE, Staff Photographer 

' ADVERTISING 

* BOB AUSTIN, National Director, Music 

* JERRY SHIFRIN, N.Y.C. office, Music 

I LEE BROOKS, Manager Chicago 

t JACK DEVANEY, Manager Los Angeles 

1 MARTY TOOHEY, National — Coin Machine 

1 NEVILLE MARTEN, London, Eng. 

I PAUL ACKET, The Hague, Holland 

, MAL SONDOCK, Munich, Germany 

RON TUDOR, Heathmont, Victoria, Aust. 

' VITTORIO de MICHELI, Milano, Italy 

1 SVEN G. WINQUIST, Stockholm, Sweden 
I ROGER SELLAM, Paris, France 

[ ENRIQUE ORTIZ, Mexico 7, D.F. 

[ JOHN MURPHY, Ottawa, Ont., Canada 

MIGUEL SMIRNOFF, 

Buenos Aires, Argentina 
RICARDO & RENATO MACEDO, 

Sao Paulo, Brazil 

' HIKARU SUGIURA. Tokyo, Japan 

BRUNO DUTKOWSKI, Art Director 

MANAGERS 

MARTY TOOHEY, Coin Machine Dept. 

T. TORTOSA, Circulation 

NEVILLE MARTEN, European Director 


CHICAGO 
LEE BROOKS 

29 E. Madison St., Chicago 2, 111. 
(All Phones: Financial 6-7272) 


HOLLYWOOD 
JACK DEVANEY 

6272 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood 28, Cal. 
(Phone HOlljrwood 5-2129) 


ENGLAND 
NEVILLE MARTEN 
Dorris Land 
9a New Bond St. 

London, Wl, Eng. 

Tel: Hyde Park 2868 

BENELUX: PAUL ACKET, Theresiastraat 81a, 
The Hague, Holland, Tel. 070-722546 
GERMANY : MAL SONDOCK, Amalienstrasse 
28, Munich, Germany, Tel: 220197 
ITALY, VITTORIO de MICHELI, Via Settala 20, 
Milan, Italy, Tel. 22 11 85 
SCANDINAVIA: SVEN G. WINQUIST, Kagge- 
holmsvagen 48, Stockholm-Enskede, Sweden, 
Tel: 59-46-85 

FRANCE: ROGER SELLAM, 24 Rue de Lenin- 
grad, Paris, France, Tel: Europe 5308 
AUSTRALIA: RON TUDOR, 8 Francis St., 
Heathmont, Victoria, Tel: 87-5677 
MEXICO: ENRIQUE ORTIZ, Monterrey 31, Col. 

Roma, Mexico 7, D.F., Tel: 12-10-00 10-10-01 
CANADA; JOHN MURPHY, CKOY Radio, P.O. 

Box 3130, Station C, Ottawa, Ont., Canada 
ARGENTINA; MIGUEL SMIRNOFF, Rafaela 
3978, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Tel: 69-1538 
BRAZIL: RICARDO & RENATO MACEDO, Rua 
Joao Ramalho 1324, Sao Paulo, Brazil, Tel: 
62-6188 

JAPAN: HIKARU SUGIURA, 2, Takada-Oima- 
tau Bunkyo-Ku, Tokyo, Japan 
SUBSCRIPTION RATES $15 per year any- 
where in the U. S. A. Published weekly. Second- 
class postage paid at Bristol, Conn. 

Copyright © 1962 by The Cash Box Publishing 
Co., Inc. All rights reserved. Copyright under 
Universal Copyright Convention. 


A charming incident occurred at 
a luncheon engagement last week— 
an incident many music publishers 
experience time and again during 
their careers, but one which never 
ceases to give great pleasure to the 
individual affected. 

While relaxing over a cocktail in 
the peaceful setting of a quiet New 
York restaurant, soft, almost un- 
noticeable background music was 
being piped in soothingly. 

In this comfortable setting we 
were discussing problems confront- 
ing the record industry, when in 
the midst of his own comments on 
the changing nature of the record- 
ing scene, the publisher put his 
hands up in a “hold everything!” 
gesture, turned his ear toward the 
mood music and with great pride 
and satisfaction said, “That’s my 
copyright.” The expression on his 
face quite obviously told the story 
which in words would probably 
read, “Something I produced will 
live on.” 

We experience a similar satisfac- 
tion from time to time in our end 
of the pubhshing business— that of 
trade magazine publishing. While 
in Italy earlier this year visiting 
offices of publishers and record 
companies, we were treated to a 


similar satisfaction when we found 
the Annual Cash Box World-Wide 
Directory sitting in the corner of 
numerous executives’ desks. The 
edition was then seven or eight 
months old, and was still being 
used as a handbook. And although 
we may see this time and again in 
the States, there was great pleasure 
in seeing this issue, well worn from 
constant use, in a distant land. It’s 
a feeling equal to that experienced 
by people in our business who have 
lived with and developed an idea 
from its embryonic state into a suc- 
cessful and valuable entity. 

Cash Box inaugurated the Direc- 
tory Issue concept as a domestic 
service more than a decade ago. 
Changing with the times and the 
record industry it has since become 
the industry’s leading World-Wide 
Reference Book. 

Next week, as we celebrate our 
20th Anniversary as a trade pub- 
lication, we begin to roll with the 
first forms of our 1962-1963 edi- 
tion. We expect again to cover all 
facets of the record industry both 
here and abroad and hope to make 
this year’s industry encyclopedia 
the most useful edition Cash Box 
has had to date. The Directory will 
be issued Monday, August 6th. 




Cash Box 


Cash Box TOP 100 


BEST SELLING TUNES ON RECORDS COMPILED BY CASH BOX FROM LEADING RETAIL OUTLETS— JULY 28, 1962 


Position 7/21 7, 14 


1 

2 

3 


ROSES ARE RED 

^BOBBY VINTON-Epic-9509 1 

ELLA & FELLA-Zenith-62235 

THE WAH-WATUSI 

'AORLONS-Caineo-218 2 

RICKI ANDERS-Twin Hits-2018 

SEALED WITH A KISS 

^BRIAN HYLAND-ABC-10336 5 

TIMMY REYNOLDS-Twin Hits-2016 

AHAB THE ARAB 

★ RAY STEVENS-Mercury-71966 8 

BREAKING UP IS HARD TO DO 

★NEIL SEDAKA-RCA-8046 10 

6 SPEEDY GONZALES 

★ PAT BOON E-Dot-1 6368 7 

DAVID DANTE-RCA-80S6 
DEL-KNIGHTS-Stacy-502 

CHET AVERY-Twin Hits-2018 

7 WOLVERTON MOUNTAIN 

★CLAUDE KING-Columbia-42352 6 

PETE REEVES-Twin Hits-2016 

8 I CAN'T STOP LOVING YOU 

★ RAY CHARLES-ABC-10330 3 

TAB HUNTER-Dot-1633S 

DON GIBSON-RCA-0590 
GENE AMMONS-Argo-5417 
RAY GARNETT-Openitors-2012 


10 


11 


13 


14 


15 


16 


20 


24 


9 THE STRIPPER 


★ DAVID ROSE-MGM-13064 
ERNIE FREEMAN-lmperial-5841 


★RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN-MGM-1307S 
VAUEAN-Carlton-573 
HANK LEVINE-Dolton-56 
JOHNNIE SPENCE-King-S622 
STAN GETZ-Verve-10260 


14 


17 


17 

1 NEED YOUR LOVIN' 

★ DON GARDNER 8. DEE DEE FORD-Fire-508 

20 

25 

# 

18 

HAVING A PARTY 

★SAM COOKE-RCA VICTOR-8036 

16 

16 

52 

19 

AL Dl LA 

★ EMILIO PERICOLI-Warner Bros.-5259 

18 

8 

53 


JOE RENE-Epic-9510 
RAY ANTHONY-Capitol-4742 
AL HiRT-RCA-8016 
FAUSTO PAPETTI-London-10502 
TONY DALLARA- Vesuvius-1 024 
CARMEN VILLANI-Chancellor-1114 
SAN REMO FESTIVAL ORK-Coral-62320 
JERRY VALE-Colunibia-42027 
LUCIANO TAJOLI-Brovo-4510 

20 PARTY LIGHTS 

★CLAUDINE CLARK-Chancellor-ni3 24 

21 PALISADES PARK 

★FREDDY CANNON-Swan-4106 15 

TIMMY REYNOLDS-Twin Hits-2014 

LITTLE DIANE 

★ DION-Laurie-3134 31 

TIMMY REYNOLDS-Twin Hits-2020 

23 IT KEEPS RIGHT ON A-HURTIN' 

★JOHNNY TILLOTSON-Cadence-1418 19 

A THINGS 

★BOBBY DARIN-Atco-6229 34 

25 HEART IN HAND 

★BRENDA LEE-Decca-31407 28 

26 (GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS) MADE TO 

LOVE 

★ EDDIE HODGES-Cad9nce-1421 29 

27 I'LL NEVER DANCE AGAIN 

★ BOBBY RYDELL-C<inico-217 21 

28 IT STARTED ALL OVER AGAIN 

★BRENDA LEE-Decca-31407 32 

29 PLAYBOY 

★MARVELETTES-TamIa-54060 22 



Position 

7/21 

7/14 


Position 

7/21 

7/14 

30 

SNAP YOUR FINGERS 



65 

STEEL MEN 




★JOE HENDERSON-Todd-1072 

23 

13 


★JIMMY DEAN-Columbia-42483 

59 

60 

31 

BARRY RANDOLPH-Twin Hits-2012 

STRANGER ON THE SHORE 

★MR. ACKER BILK-Atco-6217 




DEBONAIRES-Southside-1004 

ROD McKUEN-Jubilee-5420 



25 

15 

66 

GOODBYE DAD 

70 

70 


★ANDY WILLIAMS-Columbia-42451 




★CASTLE SISTERS-Terrace-7506 


DRIFTERS-Atlontic-2143 

SAMMY GARDNER-Norman-517 



67 

SHARING YOU 




BUDDY MERRIU-Dot-16346 




★ BOBBY VEE-Liberty-55451 

54 

37 

32 

BONGO STOMP 



• 

RINKY DINK 




★ LITTLE JOEY & FLIPS-Joy-262 

30 

35 


★ DAVE "BABY" CORTEZ-Julia-1829 

83 

95 

33 

WELCOME HOME BABY 



69 

FORTUNE TELLER 




★SHIRELLES-Scepter-1234 

33 

36 


★ BOBBY CURTOLA-Del-Fi-4177 

61 

52 

34 

HAVE A GOOD TIME 



70 

SO WRONG 




★SUE THOMPSON-Hickory-1174 

38 

42 


★ PATSY CLINE-Decca-31406 

74 

94 

35 

LIMBO ROCK 

★CHAMPS-Challenge-91 31 

35 

41 

71 

1 JUST CAN'T HELP IT 

★JACKIE WILSON-Brunswick-55229 

73 

79 


T 1 D ES-Mercurv-71 990 







DOWNBEATS-Twin Hits-2020 



72 

IF 1 SHOULD LOSE YOU 



36 

MR. IN-BETWEEN 




★DREAMLOVERS-End-1 1 1 4 

75 

82 


★BURL IVES-Decco-31405 

42 

69 

73 

THE BALLAD OF PALADIN 



37 

THE CROWD 

★ROY ORBISON-Monunient-461 

27 

23 


★ DUANE EDDY-RCA-8047 

DOWNBEATS-Twin Hits-2020 

78 

84 

38 

LITTLE RED RENTED ROW BOAT 

★JOE DOWELL-Smash-1759 44 

54 

74 

WORRIED MIND 

★ RAY ANTHONY-Capitol-4742 

82 

81 

39 

WALK ON THE WILD SIDE 

★JIMMY SMITH-Verve-10255 

36 

28 

SHAME ON ME 

★ BOBBY BARE-RCA-8032 

87 

— 


ELMER BERNSTEIN-Choreo-101 



76 

BEN CRAZY 




BROOK BENTON-Mercury-7192S 

MARILYN BROWN-DRA-7007 



★DICKIE GOODMAN-Diamcnd-119 

84 

100 


CONTRASTS-Twin Hits-2013 


YOU'LL LOSE A GOOD THING 




★CLYDE McPHATTER-Mercury-71987 

37 

26 

★ BARBARA LYNN-Jamie-1220 

12 

18 

41 

WEST OF THE WALL 



TWIST AND SHOUT 




★TONI FISHER-Bigtop-3097 

39 

27 

★ ISLEY BROS.-Wand-124 

13 

19 

42 

THEME FROM ROUTE 66 



LOCOMOTION 




★ NELSON RIDDLE-Capitol-4741 

DE FRANCO-GUMINA QT-Mercury-71947 

45 

55 

★LITTLE EVA-Dimension-1000 

26 

46 

43 

WHERE ARE YOU 



JOHNNY GET ANGRY 




★ DINAH WASHINGTON-Roulette-4424 

49 

47 

★JOANIE SOMMERS-Warner Bros.-5275 

11 

12 

44 

JOHNNY LOVES ME 



CAMMY COUINS-Twin Hits-2017 



★SHELLEY FABARES-Colpix-636 

40 

34 

DANCIN' PARTY 

★CHUBBY CHECKER-Parkway-842 

CLARK VALE-Twin Hits-2019 

17 

22 

45 

CINDY'S BIRTHDAY 

★JOHNNY CRAWFORD-Del-Fi-4178 

41 

31 

GRAVY (FOR MY MASHED 




BRING IT ON HOME TO ME 

65 

80 

POTATOES) 




★SAM COOKE-RCA-8036 

★ DEE DEE SHARP-Cameo-219 

9 

10 

A7 

NEVER IN A MILLION YEARS 


RICKI ANDERS-Twin Hits-2019 




★LINDA SCOTT-Congress-103 

48 

50 

THEME FROM DR. KILDARE 



48 

1 DON'T LOVE YOU NO MORE 


(THREE STARS WILL SHINE 




★JIMMY NORMAN-Little Star-113 

53 

56 

TONIGHT) 



49 

ABOVE THE STARS 




38 


43 


59 


48 


40 


49 


14 


54 

55 


57 


★MR. ACKER BILK-Atco-6230 57 74 

CAESAR GIOVANNI-Mercury-72003 
DON COSTA-Columbia-42494 

'TIL DEATH DO US PART 

★BOB BRAUN-Decca-31355 69 85 

YOU DON'T KNOW ME 

★ RAY CHARLES-ABC-10354 — — 

MARY'S LITTLE LAMB 

★JAMES DARREN-Colpix-644 60 71 

(THE MAN WHO SHOT) LIBERTY 
VALANCE 

★GENE PITNEY-Musicor-1020 46 29 

FAIRMONT SINGERS-Dot-16340 
TIMMY REYNODS-Twin Hits-2014 

BUT NOT FOR ME 

★ KETTY LESTER-Era-3080 50 53 

SEVEN DAY WEEKEND 

★GARY U.S. BONDS-Legrond-1019 52 51 

VACATION 

★CONNIE FRANCIS-MGM-13807 — — 

A STEEL GUITAR AND A GLASS 
OF WINE 



★ PAUL ANKA-RCA-8030 

51 

33 


@ 

A SWINGIN' SAFARI 

★BILLY VAUGHN-Dot-16374 

76 

96 

97 

59 

ANY DAY NOW 

★CHUCK JACKSON-Wand-122 

47 

32 

98 


SHIELA 

★TOMMY ROE-ABC-10329 

79 


99 

61 

THE ONE WHO REALLY LOVES YOU 


★MARY WELLS-Motown-1024 

43 

30 

100 

• 

WHAT'S A MATTER BABY 

★TIMI YURO-Liberty-55469 

77 

97 


63 

SUMMERTIME, SUMMERTIME 


100 


★JAMIES-Epic-9281 

64 

68 


• 

MAKE IT EASY ON YOURSELF 


100 


★JERRY BUTLER-VeeJay-451 

81 

87 



0 

78 


© 


83 

84 

85 

86 

87 

88 

89 

90 

91 

92 

93 

94 

95 

96 


YOU BELONG TO ME 

★DUPREES-Coed-569 '88 — 

THAT GREASY KID STUFF 

★JANIE GRANT-Caprice-115 80 76 

COME ON LITTLE ANGEL 

★ BELMONTS-Sabina-505 94 — 

LIFE'S TOO SHORT 

★LAFAYETTES-RCA-8044 96 100 

STOP THE WEDDING 

★ETTA JAMES- Argo-541 8 — — 

DEVIL WOMAN 

★MARTY ROBBINS-Columbia-42486 — — 

THIS IS IT 

★JAY & THE AMERICANS-United Artist$-479 85 — 

MY DADDY IS PRESIDENT 

★LITTLE JO-ANM-Kapp-467 71 77 

LOVE ME AS I LOVE YOU 

★GEORGE MAHARIS-Epic-9522 92 — 

REAP WHAT YOU SOW 

★BILLY STEWART-Chess-1820 99 — 

SWINGIN' GENTLY 

★EARL GRANT-Decca-25560 66 61 

BEACH PARTY 

★KING CURTIS-Copitol-4788 93 — 

GOODNIGHT IRENE 

★JERRY REED-Columbia-42417 — — 

SWEET AND LOVELY 

★APRIL STEVENS & NINO TEMPO-Atco-6224 86 86 

SHOUT AND SHIMMY 

★JAMES BROWN-King-5657 97 — 

THE BIRDMAN 

★HIGHWAYMEN-United Artists-475 90 — 

I LEFT MY HEART IN SAN 
FRANCISCO 

★TONY BENNETT-Columbia-42332 — — 

SUGAR PLUM 

★ IKE CLANTON-Mercury-71975 — 88 

YOU'RE STRONGER THAN ME 

★ PATSY CLINE-Decca-31406 98 — 

BABY ELEPHANT WALK 

★LAWRENCE WELK-Dot-16365 — — 

MINIATURE MEN-Dolton-52 
CARL STEVENS-Mercurv-71996 
KAI WINDING-Verve-10258 
PARISIAN SEXTET-Challenge-9151 

JIVIN' AROUND 

★AL CASEY-Stacy-936 — — 

SILVER THREADS AND GOLDEN 
NEEDLES 

★SPRINGFIELDS-Philips-40038 — — 

A MIRACLE 

★ FRANKIE AVALON-Chancellor-1115 100 — 

TEAR AFTER TEAR 

★ PATTI LA BELLE & 

BLUE BELLES-Newtown-5007 — __ 


★RAY CHARLES-ABC-10354 

ALLEY CAT 

★BENT FABRIC-Atco-6226 


• SHARP UPWARD MOVE 


★ BEST SELLING RECORDS 


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Victor Bows Fall Product With 32 


Clebanoff Month At Mercury; 


New Fall Product Issued 


“Best Buy” IP’s $600,000 Ad Campaign 


NEW YORK— RCA Victor Records 
last week celebrated the Tenth Anni- 
versary of its annual “Best Buy” pro- 
gram by introducing its August and 
September Popular and Red Seal re- 
leases, built around the overall 1962 
theme: “Hear! Hear! Biggest News 
of the year From The Stars on RCA 
Victor.” 

Approximately 250 key personnel 
representing Victor distributors met 
with company executives at the Bilt- 
more Hotel to review RCA Victor’s 
1962 Best Buy Releases. At the open- 
ing session of the two-day convention, 
George R. Marek, vice president and 
general manager of RCA Victor Rec- 
ord Division, stated: “This occasion 
marks the tenth birthday of an event, 
of a selling plan which represents a 
total sales volume of 79 million dol- 
lars in Best Buy merchandise alone.” 

To promote the Best Buy program, 
Victor will launch a $600,000 adver- 
tising and promotion campaign, it was 
announced by William I. Alexander, 
manager of advertising, promotion, 
and publicity. The ad campaign will 
herald the release of 32 pop and Red 
Seal albums during the months of 
August and September, and will sat- 
urate all media to include TV, radio, 
consumer magazines and newspapers, 
record pubs, and Point-Of-Sale. 

Highlighting the National Space 


Advertising for the campaign will be 
19 full-page-plus-column ads, vividly 
illustrating Best Buy product and the 
campaign theme, to appear in various 
national magazines. Alexander stated 
that a total readership impression 
from National Space Advertising of 
over 145 million people is expected. 

TV exposure will include four 60- 
second, full-color commercials to ap- 
pear at network shows. The commer- 
cials will display four different Best 
Buy albums. 

For radio coverage, Victor has pro- 
duced a deluxe, two-disk dee jay high- 
lighter comprising 26 selections from 
22 albums. The highlighter will cover 
both pop and Red Seal LPs and will 
be mailed to 3,500 disk jockeys 
throughout the country. 

RCA Victor is offering to its dis- 
tributors a ten percent discount, a 
five percent return privilege, and ex- 
tended dating allowances on all RCA 
Victor and RCA Camden records and 
tapes. This includes both the new 
Best Buy releases and the complete 
catalog selections. 

The Point-Of-Sale material for 
1962’s Best Buy has been designed, 
wherever possible, for multi-purpose 
use and is being made available to 
Victor distributors in kits containing 
four varied components: Two 3-dimen- 
( Continued on page 45) 


Warner Bros. Ships Fall Album Release 


BURBANK, CALIF. — Warner 
Brothers Records last week released 
a total of ten new albums, comprising 
its August-September package prod- 
uct. 

The new release consists of: “The 
Button-Down Mind On TV” by Bob 
Newhart; Connie Stevens in “The 
Hank Williams Song Book;” Dorothy 
Provine offering “Oh You Kid;” “Off 
His Rocker” by Pat Buttram; Ray 
Eberle, The Modezmaires and the Tex 
Beneke ork in “Jubilee Album — Glenn 
Miller”; Raoul Meynard’s “Passport 
To Pleasure”; Frank Comstock ap- 


pears with “Project Comstock: Music 
From Outer Space”; Peter and Conte 
Candoli offer “There Is Nothing Like 
A Dame”; “Let’s Duet” by Gordon 
Jenkins; and “Sousa’s Greatest 
Marches.” 

The label is asking its salesmen to 
concentrate their selling efforts not 
only on new product but also on cata- 
log this fall, pointing up such cur- 
rently quick-moving items as “Peter, 
Paul and Mary,” “The Music Man,” 



CLEBANOFF 

CHICAGO — Mercury Records has an- 
nounced it is spotlighting Clebanoff, 
13 of his albums, including two new 
ones, and 12 new albums by other 
artists in its July plan, “Clebanoff 
Month Plus 3.” 

The plan, revealed by Mercury ex- 
ecutive vice-president Irwin H. Stein- 
berg, will run from July 15 to Sep- 
tember 1, 1962. 

Mercury will back Clebanoff Month 
with a full-tilt merchandising drive. 
A specially designed kit includes a 
window or store display consisting 
of a five-color center piece and two 
side cards themed to “Clebanoff — 
Master of Musical Sound.” A special 
four-color banner has been prepared 

Epic Records To Release 
21 LP's In August 

NEW YORK — Epic Records will re- 
lease 21 LP’s in August including 12 
new popular and jazz albums, 6 
classical releases, and 2 electronically 
re-channeled for stereo albums, as 
well as one album on the firm’s sub- 


as well as full-color die cut album 
cover easels; an illustrated brochure 
on Clebanoff’s recordings and a spe- 
cially designed direct mail piece. 

Keyed to the label’s popular Cleb- 
anoff, the program features his lat- 
est album, “12 Great Songs Of All 
Time” and a sampler “Accent On 
Strings” the latter to sell at a sug- 
gested retail pricce of 99 cents. 

Popular LPs to be released during 
this period are: “Patti Sings Golden 
Hits Of The Boys” by Patti Page; 
“Movin’ Van Dyke” with Leroy Van 
Dyke; Claude Gray’s “Country Music 
Goes To Town”; “Faith Of A Man” 
by Rex Allen; Hal Mooney’s “50 
Years Of Dancing” and “Organ 
Sounds And Percussion” by Eddie 
Layton, the latter an addition to Mer- 
cury’s Perfect Presence Sound series 
of 35 mm film recordings. 

In the country field are “George 
Jones Sings From The Heart” and 
“Jimmie Skinner Sings Jimmie Rod- 
gers.” A new Jazz selection is “The 
Joe Newman Quintet at Count 
Basie’s.” A special featured album in 
the release is “National Anthems 
And Patriotic Airs” by the Interna- 
tional Concert Orchestra. 

New to Mercury’s classical depart- 
ment are “Wagner Prelude to Meis- 
ter singer; Tannhauser Overture; 
Prelude To Act 1 of Lohengrin; Good 
Friday Spell” by the London Sym- 
phony Orchestra conducted by Antal 
Dorati. Dorati conducts the Minneapo- 
lis Symphony Orchestra in the second 
classical offering “Bloch Sinfonia 
Breve; Peterson Free Variations.” 

In addition to the two new Cleb- 
anoff albums. Mercury is featuring 11 
others by the popular artist and or- 
chestra leader. 

To give further exposure to Cleb- 
anoff and his recordings, the Mer- 
( Continued on page 45) 


ABC-Paramount Opens 
Music City Office 


Liberty Brass Hit Road 
To Push New Fall Program 

HOLLYWOOD — Liberty Records has 
instituted a series of nation-wide 
sales meetings on behalf of the la- 
bel’s soon-to-be-announced fall sales 
program. 

The importance of the product, to 
be released under the theme of “You 
Get A Lot To Like With Liberty,” 
has prompted several top executives 
to make the key trek personally. 

The first such meeting, with distrib- 
utors, sales, and promotion personnel 
in attendance, was last week in Holly- 
wood. This was the west coast seg- 
ment with representatives from C & 
C, Chatton, Davis, Hart, Music Serv- 
ice, and Phoenix Record Sales in at- 
tendance. Immediately following the 
session. Liberty prexy A1 Bennet. na- 
( Continued on page 45) 


INDEXI 


“Rome Adventure,” “Johnny Get 
Angry,” “The Golden Hits Of The 
Everly Brothers,” and the Bob New- 
hart and Dorothy Provine catalog al- 
bums. 

Warner Bros, is shipping its distri- 
butors large quantities of a new fall 
display featuring the top albums from 
the release for use in store windows 
and counters. Also shipping with the 
release will be a new four-color cata- 
log illustrating all albums in the cur- 
rent Warner Bros, line, and listing 
repertoire for each album. 


sidiary label, Okeh Records. 

The new popular albums will in- 
clude “Portrait In Music,” a deluxe 
package by TV star George Maharis 
and featuring a framed, full color 
photograph of Maharis. Among the 
other releases are: “Buddy And Soul” 
by Buddy Greco; and Roy Hamilton 
in “Roy Hamilton’s Greatest Hits.” 

Three debuts will appear next 
month on Epic. Nikki Price offers an 
album of standards tagged “Niki” 
and Miriam Burton in “African La- 
( Continued on page 45) 


NEW YORK— Sam Clark, topper of 
ABC-Paramount Records, announced 
last week the opening of an office 
in Nashville, Tenn., which will handle 
A&R duties for the label in the South. 

Supervised by Felton Jarvis, the 
office is located at 720 17th Avenue 
South, Nashville. 

Jarvis said he will accept demon- 
stration records for both artists and 
song material, and he will hold live 
auditions. Acceptable material and 
artists will be recorded in Nashville. 

The first ABC-Paramount deck out 
of Nashville, “Sheila,” by Tommy 
Roe, is currently riding high on the 
Cash Box Top 100. 


New Anti- Juke Box Exemption Bill (HR 12450) 
Introduced In Congress By Emanuel Celler 


Album Best Sellers 21 

Album Plans 38 

Album Reviews 30, 32 

Bios for DJs 34 

Country Music Section 54, 55 

International Section 48-53 

Juke Box Ops Record Guide 36 

Looking Ahead 8 

Platter Spinner Patter 34 

Radio Active Chart 20 

R & B Top 50 36 

Record Ramblings 22, 24, 26 

Singles Review 10, 12, 14, 16 

Sure Shots 40 

Top 100 Artists 37 

Top 100 Publishers 47 


NEW YORK — Congressman Emanuel 
Celler (D., N. Y.) introduced a new 
Bill to Congress (HR 12450) on July 
11 which, if passed will provide for 
the payment of royalties by jukebox 
operators to the owners of perform- 
ance rights in copyrighted music, and 
for the fair and orderly determina- 
tion of the amount and distribution of 
such royalties. 

The anti-juke box exemption bill 
was scheduled for hearings before 
the House Judiciary Subcommittee On 
Patents, Trademarks and Copyrights 
on July 25, but at press time it was 
believed that the hearing was to have 
been postponed until after Labor 
Day. 'The new bill includes the fea- 
tures of an earlier bill (HR 70) but 
also features the proposal for the es- 
tablishment, by the Attorney General, 
of an Office of Perfonning Rights 
Trustees to determine the amount of 
royalties arising from the licensing of 
performances and the manner in 
which these royalties will be distrib- 
uted. It also provides for a royalty 


to be paid by juke box operators of 
$5 per machine per annum for the 
initial collection year, and ranges for 
operator payments up to $25 per ma- 
chine per year for a period of four 
years thereafter. At the close of the 
five year period the Trustees are to 
determine the amount to be paid by 
juke box operators for each succeed- 
ing five year period. 

The Bill calls for a three-man 
Board of Trustees, to be appointed 
by the Attorney General, to serve 
terms for periods of five years, an- 
other for three years, and the third 
appointee to serve for one year. After 
the expiration of each term trustees 
would serve for five year terms. 

Employees serving the Office of 
Performing Rights Trustees are to be 
paid out of royalties collected from 
the operators. An annual report to the 
Attorney General by the Trustees 
may carry with it changes in the 
rules and regulations initially set 
down by the Bill. The bill calls for a 
survey to be conducted by a Govern- 


ment agency to determine the royal- 
ties to be paid the copyright owners 
and will include studies of the royalty 
payments made in other industries. 

According to the Bill, operators 
who consider themselves aggrieved by 
the determination of the Trustees 
may, within 60 days, institute action 
in the US District Court for the Dis- 
trict of Columbia for review. In such 
action the determination of the 
Trustees shall be sustained unless the 
court finds that it was “arbitrary, 
capricious, or unsupported by sub- 
stantial evidence.” 'The court will 
have jurisdiction to entertain such 
action irrespective of the citizenship 
of the parties. 

The Bill calls for a distribution of 
the royalties, after a deduction for 
expenses of the newly-formed Office, 
“on a pro rata basis.” 

The music machine manufacturers 
were reported to be opposed in prin- 
ciple to the new Celler Bill and re- 
quested a continuance. The postpone- 
( Continued on page 46) 


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Cash Box — July 28, 1962 


Columbia Debuts Fall Product At Miami 
Distrib Meet; 70 Aug.-Sept. IP’s 


MIAMI BEACH — The Columbia Rec- 
ord Sales Corporation introduced to 
its distributors the complete plans for 
its 1962 Fall Sales & Merchandising 
program at the annual national sales 
convention held at the Americana 
Hotel in Miami Beach, Florida last 
week. 

All Columbia distributor executives 
and salesmen, as well as all interna- 
tional affiliates, were in attendance as 
the new release product for this fall 
were revealed for the first time. 

A “complete line” concept in mer- 
chandising was the keynote of the 
annual sales convention. A program of 
special incentive discounts, ranging 
from 10 to 15 percent in various prod- 
uct areas, received enthusiastic re- 
sponse from all representatives pres- 
ent. 

Columbia announced that 70 LP’s 
would be released during the months 
of August and September, featuring 
artists such as Mitch Miller, Andy 
Williams, Ray Conniff, Andre Previn, 
Leonard Bernstein, Eugene Ormandy, 
Eileen Farrell, Dave Brubeck, Frankie 
Laine, Steve Lawrence, Don Costa, 
Andre Kostelanetz, and such new- 
comers to recorded music as Geula, 
saxophonist George Young, and come- 
dian Dave Astor. 

The highlight of the stereo pre-re- 
corded tape presentation was the an- 
nouncement of a tape sampler which 
includes pop, jazz, and masterworks 
selections at a new low price of $2.95, 
with normal dealer price structure 
built in. Normal dealer margin was in- 
creased from 33 1/3 to 38 percent. 

Two special portrait albums (al- 
bums with an enclosed portrait of the 
artist) were also announced as part of 
the new fall product. The two LP’s 
are “Portrait Of Marty,” by Marty 


Robbins, and “Portrait of Jimmy” by 
Jimmy Dean. 

As part of the new releases, 12 
monaural recordings are being re- 
leased after having been electrically 
re-channeled for stereo. 

Columbia also unveiled its new 
products for the fall which include an 
item called the “Hi-Fi Fun Kit.” This 
is a children’s item which features 
records and crayons. There are 6 as- 
sorted albums in this group with a 
suggested retail price of $2.95. 

This was Columbia’s biggest sales 
convention to date, with representa- 
tives in attendance from all over the 
globe. Representatives arrived from 
Australia, Japan, Mexico, Puerto Rico, 
and Canada etc., among whom was 
chairman of the board of Nippon 
Columbia, Mr. Koki Naganuma. 

Many of Columbia’s top recording 
artists were on hand to lend support to 
the proceedings. Present were Percy 
Faith, Mitch Miller, Dave Brubeck, 
Jimmy Dean, Frankie Laine, Tony 
Bennett, Johnny Cash, Marty Robbins, 
Carl Smith, and Claude King. When 
the word got out that the stars were 
there, the lobby of the hotel became 
jammed with teenagers seeking auto- 
graphs. 

Highlight activities at the conven- 
tion were a series of seminars with 
open discussions from the floor, a pre- 
view of a forthcoming Doris Day film 
called “Jumbo,” and the announce- 
ment by Goddard Lieberson of the 
signing of Nichols and May to a Co- 
lumbia contract. 

Three radio stations proclaimed 
Citizens Of The Day recognition for 
Columbia executives Goddard Lieber- 
son, Norman Adler, Bill Gallagher, 
and Jack Loetz. 


Randy Wood Signs New 7-Yoar 
Contract With Dot Rocords 



Randy Wood signs new seven-year deal to continue as President of Dot Rec- 
ords, Inc. and also serve as Vice-President of Paramount Pictures Corp. Flank- 
ing him from left to right are: Paramount President Barney Balaban; vice- 
presidents George Weltner and Paul Raibourn; and treasurer James E. 
Richardson. 


HOLLYWOOD — Barney Balaban, 
president of Paramount Pictures 
Corp., has announced that Randy 
Wood, founder and president of Dot 
Records, Inc., and a vice-president of 
Paramount Pictures since 1957 when 
Wood sold the record company to 
Paramount, has signed a new seven- 
year contract with Dot Records. 

Following the announcement, Mr. 
Balaban stated that he and his asso- 
ciates are delighted with the arrange- 
ment by which Wood will continue to 
operate Dot Records as in the past. 

“Wood has performed a fine indus- 
trial and creative task during the past 
five years,” Balaban said, and pointed 
out that under Wood’s management, 
Dot Records has multiplied its annual 
gross sales several times since 1957. 

During that time. Wood opened 17 
company-owned branches in the 
United States and has increased the 
Dot catalog of albums from only 25 
in 1957 to its present total of more 
than 800 monaural and stereophonic 
long-playing record albums. 


“In addition,” Balaban said, “Wood 
signed new artists through which he 
was able to elevate the company’s 
standing in the recording industry 
from 8th position to among the first 
five companies.” 

Randy Wood stated that the past 
five years with the Paramount organi- 
zation have been the happiest of his 
business career. “I love the record 
business,” he said, “and I look for- 
ward to many more happy years with 
the Dot family and Paramount Pic- 
tures.” 

Important artists with the company 
today all personally signed by Wood, 
include Pat Boone, Billy Vaughn, Law- 
rence Welk, The Mills Brothers, The 
Lennon Sisters, Tony Martin, Debbie 
Reynolds, Keely Smith, Eddie Pea- 
body, Johnny Maddox, Tab Hunter, 
The Crosby Bros., George Cates, Jerry 
Lewis, Danny Kaye, Louis Armstrong, 
Vaughn Monroe, The Andrews Sisters, 
The Four Lads and the company’s 
most recently acquired Jimmie Rod- 
gers. 


“Sales Unlimited” Slogan For Fall 
Promotion Of Decca’s 32 New LP’s 


NEW YORK— Thirty-two new al- 
bums, including eighteen Decca, five 
Gold Label classical, seven Coral and 
two from Brunswick, were released 
last week by Decca Distributing Cor- 
poration for a fall promotion under 
the merchandising slogan, “Sales Un- 
limited.” 

Among the featured releases are 
three-live performance recordings. 
Jackie Wilson’s recent debut appear- 
ance at Gotham’s Copacabana was 
captured for an in-person album. Earl 
Grant was recorded live at Basin 
Street East during his recent date at 
the New York nitery. The third on- 
the- spot album is “An Evning At The 
Cotillion Room” by Betty Madigan. 

There is dance music galore in the 
program with new LP’s such as 
Sammy Kaye Plays Swings And 
Sway,” “That Happy Feeling” by 
Bert Kaempfert, “College Songs 
Everbody Knows,” by Jan Garber and 
a set by Peter Duchin tagged “In The 
Duchin Mood.” 

Hawaii is saluted with a new album 
by Charles K. L. Davis, called “Songs 
From The Magic Islands,” and in an 
recording of Hawaiian music in sym- 
phonic arrangements by the Honolulu 
Symphony Orchestra, conducted by 
George Barati. 

There is vocal variety by Patsy 
Cline, “Sentimentally Yours;” A1 Jol- 
son, “The Best Of A1 Jolson;” “The 
McGire Sisters Sing Songs Every- 
body Knows” and Big Maybelle, in 
her debut album, “What More Can A 
Woman Do.” 

There are several mood albums: 
“Liberace’s Rhapsody By Candelight,” 
“Misty Mood” by Sam (The Man) 
Taylor and “Paris Loves Lovers” by 
Henri Rene, as well as an instrumental 
disk by Grady Martin and the Slew 
Foot Five tagged “Swinging Down 
The River,” Wild Bill Davis playing 
“One More Time” and “Golden Bar- 
rom Favorites” by “Big” Tiny Little. 

Two of Dixielands foremost expo- 
nents, Pete Fountain and A1 Hirt, 
combine their talents in “The New 
Orleans Scene.” 

The trumpet is treated both classi- 
cally and traditionally in albums by 
Rafael Mendez and Louis Armstrong. 
The latter LP offers selected repre- 
sentative tunes from Armstrong’s 


long career and is called “King Louis.” 

A roundup of country artists gets a 
showcasing in “Saturday Night-Grand 
Ole Opry.” There is also a polka band 
album by Eddie Habat, called “Polka 
Fun For Everyone.” 

The late Jesse Crawford, in his last 
recorded performance, offers “Golden 
Opera Favorites.” 

The five classical albums feature: 
Andres Segovia performing selected 
classical pieces; the New York Pro 
Musica under the direction of Noah 
Greenberg in a program of Spanish 
medival music. Also, the original 
Piano Quartet present Volume II of 
“Forty Fabulous Fingers;” an album 
by violinist Erica Morini playing the 
Mozart Concerto In A Major accom- 
panied by Frederic Waldman conduct- 
ing the Aeterna Chamber Orchestra; 
the Goldberg Variations by Bach are 
performed by harpsichord soloist, 
Sylvia Marlowe. 

The program was recently presented 
to Decca fieldmen at regional sales 
meetings throughout the country by 
Sydney N. Goldberg, veep in charge of 
sales. He was accompanied on the 
week-long presentation jaunt by 
Claude Brennan, Louis J. Sebok and 
Jack Kiernan of the label’s home of- 
fice sales organization. During the 
full-day meetings that were held, mer- 
chandising plans covering the pro- 
gram were outlined, including a spe- 
cial dealer incentive plan, the details 
of which are available from Decca 
sales reps. 


Kapp Execs See Ristribs 
To Promote Aug. Product 

NEW YORK— Kapp Records last 
week launched a full-fledged promo- 
tion effort on behalf of their August 
release. Each distributor will be vis- 
ited personally by the label’s Philip 
Skaff, who will cover the west coast 
area, Macey Lipman in the mid-west, 
Eric Steinmetiz in the east and Jim 
Saltzman in the south. 

General round table discussions will 
be held featuring Kapp’s August re- 
lease which consists of the following 
nine albums: “Mr. Piano” by Roger 
Williams; Kenny Ball’s “Recorded 
Live;” Freddy Martin in “Dancing 
Tonight;” “The Young Italian Singing 
Sensation” by Robertino; Jack Jones’ 
“Gift Of Love;” “More Hits” by Pete 
King; Vardi’s “More Sounds Of Holly- 
wood;” “The Temperance Seven;” and 
Roger Voisin in “Music For Trumpet 
And Orchestra — Volume IV.” 


Mitch Gets 10 Gold LP’s At Columbia Meet 



MIAMI BEACH— Mitch Miller was 
awarded ten gold records at Colum- 
bia Records International Sales Con- 
vention, held last week at the Ameri- 
cana Hotel, this city. 


Miller received four gold records 
for LP’s which have sold over 1,000,- 
OGO copies: “Sing Along With Mitch,” 
“More Sing Along,” “Still More Sing 
Along” and “Christmas Sing Along.” 
Six gold records were awarded to the 
orkster for LP’s whose sales have ex- 
ceeded 500,000 units: “Party Sing 
Along,” “Saturday Night Sing Along.” 
“Sentimental Sing Along,” “Mem- 
ories Sing Along,” “Happy Times 
Sing Along” and “Holiday Sing 
Along.” 

Goddard Lieberson, topper of Co- 
lumbia, in presenting the awards to 
Miller noted that it was the largest 
collection of gold records ever 
awarded to an individual for album 
sales. Since its introduction in 1958, 
the “Sing Along” disk series shattered 
many sales precedents of the industry, 
establishing Miller as one of the all- 
time best-selling album artists. 

Miller, who has made 16 “Sing 
Along” LP’s, wil shortly receive ad- 
ditional gold records for a number of 
albums whose factory sales are 
rapidly approaching $1,000,000 (the 
point at which certification for gold 
records is made by the RIAA). 


Cash Box— July 28. 1962 


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Cash Box 


LOOKING 

AHEAD 


A compilation, in order of strength, of up and coming records showing signs of 
breaking into The Cash Box Top 100. List is compiled from retail outlets. 


1 

TOO BAD 

Ben E. King (Atco 6231) 

11 

LET'S DANCE 

Chris Montez (Monogram 505) 

2 

A TASTE OF HONEY 

Martin Denny (Liberty 55470) 

Eddie Cano (Reprise 2075) 

Victor Feldman (Infinity 020) 

Quincy Jones (Mercury 73012) 

12 

NOTHING NEW/DANCE WITH 
MR. DOMINO 

Fats Domino (Imperiol 5863) 

3 

THEME FROM A SUMMER 

PLACE 

Dick Roman (Harmon 1004) 

13 

YOUR HEART BELONGS TO ME 

Supremes (Motown 1027) 

4 

POOR LITTLE PUPPET 

Cathy Carroll (Warner Bros. 5284) 

14 

DON'T WORRY 'BOUT ME 

Vincent Edwards (Decca 31413) 

5 

YOU SHOULD'A TREATED ME 
RIGHT 

Ike & Tina Turner (Sue 765) 

15 

PAPA-OOM-MOW-MOW 

Rivingtons (Liberty 55427) 

6 

MARY JANE 

DOWN AT THE BEACH 

Ernie Maresca (Seville 118) 

16 

THEME FROM HATARI 

Henry Mancini (RCA Victor 8037) 

7 

HOT PEPPER 

Floyd Cramer (RCA Victor 8057) 

17 

DON'T LET ME STAND 

IN YOUR WAY 

Frankie Avalon (Chancellor 1115) 

8 

ALL NIGHT LONG' 

ROMPIN' AND STOMPIN' 

Sandy Nelson (Imperial 5863) 

18 

SOMETIMES 1 WONDER 

Drifters (Atlantic 2151) 

9 

THERE IS NO GREATER LOVE 

Wanderers (MGM 13082) 

19 

COME ON BABY 

Bruce Channel (Smash 1769) 

10 

THREE FOOLS/ 

BOY'S NIGHT OUT 

Patti Page (Mercury 72013) 

20 

HOUDINI 

Walter Brennan (Liberty 55477) 


TOO LATE TO WORRY 

“ * Glen Campbell (Capitol 4783) 


99 OH WHAT IT SEEMED TO BE 

Castells (Cra 3083) 


90 WHY DID YOU LEAVE 

Vincent Edwards (Russ-Fi 7001) 


OA BE KIND 

Ronnie & The Hi-Lites (Joy 265) 


9 c MR. SONGWRITER 

Connie Stevens (Warner Brothers 5289) 


OA OUR FAVORITE MELODIES 

Gary Criss (Diamond 114) 


97 WOBBLE TWIST 

King Curtis (Enjoy 1001) 


9Q SURFIN' SAFARI 

Beach Boys (Capitol 4777) 


9Q YOU'LL NEVER KNOW 

Jerry Wallace (Challenge 9152) 


on handful of memories 

Baby Washington (Sue 762) 


01 THE BOYS KEPT 
■ HANGIN' AROUND 

Dorsey Burnette (Reprise 20,093) 


09 LITTLE YOUNG LOVER 

Impressions (ABC 10328) 


00 SALLY WAS A GOOD OLD GIRL 

Hank Cochran (Liberty 55461) 


2A young AT HEART 

Demensions (Coral 62323) 


OC I'LL COME RUNNING 
BACK TO YOU 

Roy Hamilton (Epic 9520) 


36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 


I'M TOSSIN' AND TURNIN' 
AGAIN 

Bobby Lewis (Beltone 2023) 

THEY KNEW ABOUT YOU 

George Maharis (Epic 9522) 

SOFT WALKIN' 

Freddie Houston (Toto 101) 


CALLING DR. CASEY 

John D. Loudermilk (RCA 8054) 


LOLITA YA YA 

Yentrues (Dolton 60) 
Sue Lyon (MGM 13067) 


BETWEEN THE WINDOWS 
AND THE PHONE/I 
MISUNDERSTOOD 




LIFE'S JUST A PLAY 


DON'T BREAK THE HEART 
THAT LOVES YOU 

Bernie Leighton (Colpix 645) 


FORGIVE ME 

Babs Tino (Kapp 472) 


DON'T CRY BABY 

Aretha Franklin (Columbia 42456) 


BROKEN HEARTED 

Fiestas (Old Town 1122) 


GOODY GOODY 

Frank Sinatra (Reprise 20,092) 


THE CURE 

Smitty Williams (MGM 13083) 


GREEN ONIONS 

Booker T. & MG's (Stax 127) 


A WONDERFUL DREAM 

Majors (Imperial 5855) 



GETS BIGGER ALL THE TIME WITH 


“Right String But the Wrong Yo-Yo”4-7i5s 
Dr. Feelgood and the Interns 

“Don’t Lie’ 4-715-4 

Ted Taylor 


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Cash Box — July 28, 1962 


THE MARVOETIES 

“THE MOST MTAlie BMHIf -BIff. NEVEI DUPUCAIED'' 

“BEECHWOOD 4-5789” 




“SOMEDAY. SOMEWAr 



Tomla 5406S 


YOU BEAT 
ME TO THE 
PUNCH" 


OLD LOVE 

(LET'S TRY AGAIN) 



YOUR 

HEART 

BELONGS 

TO 

ME 


'^1 

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MOTOWN 1027 


MOTOWN 1032 


TAMLA/MOTOWN RECORDS 

2648 W. Grand Blvd. Defroit 8, Mich 


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only those records best suited for commercial use are reviewed by Cash Box 







Pick of the Week 


“SHE’S NOT YOU” (2:07) “JUST TELL HER JIM SAID 

[Elvis Presley BMI — Pomus, HELLO” (1:56) 

Stoller, Leiber] [Elvis Presley BMI — Stoller, 

Leiber] 

ELVIS PRESLEY (RCA Victor 8041) 

Elvis’ amazing smash streak (currently it’s his “Follow That Dream” EP) 
should ‘automatically’ continue with both ends of his newest Victor single. 
They’re two touching weepers, the soft shuffle-rhythm “She’s Not You,” 
and the Latin-beat “Just Tell Her Jim Said Hello,” that the chanter and 
the Jordanaires serve up in tempting style. Take your pick. 


“BEECHWOOD 4-5789” (2:07) “SOMEDAY, SOMEWAY” (2:35) 
[Jobete BMI — Gaye, Stevenson, [Jobete BMI — Holland, Dozier, 

Gordy] Gorman] 

THE MARVELETTES (Tamla 54065) 

The Marvelettes come thru with a sensational two-sided follow-up to their 
current dual-mart smasheroo, “Playboy.” One end’s a happy-go-lucky 
twist’er on which the gal gives her number, “Beechwood 4-5789,” to a 
fella she meets at a dance. The other’s a tear-compelling rock-a-cha-cha 
romancer, labeled “Someday, Someway,” that larks care out with loads 
of feeling. Tremendous instrumental assists on both winners. 


“YOU BEAT ME TO THE PUNCH” (2:46) 

[Jobete BMI — Robinson, White] 

“OLD LOVE (LET’S TRY IT AGAIN)” (2:22) 

[Jobete BMI — Holland, Dozier, Gorman] 

MARY WELLS (Motown 1032) 

Lark, who’s been racking up one money-maker after another, follows her 
“One Who Really Loves You” dual-mart’er with another stand that 
packs a potent sales wallop. Tagged “You Beat Me To The Punch,” it’s 
a tantalizing rock-a-cha-cha love affair that has that hit sound from 
every angle. Also keep an eye on the cha-rockin’ undercut, “Old Love.” 
Could be a big pairing. 


“I KEEP FORGETTIN’” (2:43) [Trio BMI— Leiber, Stoller, Garfield] 
“WHO’S GONNA PICK UP THE PIECES ” (2:47) 

[Vee-Ve BMI — Green, McCoy] 

CHUCK JACKSON (Wand 126) 

Jackson, who now has “Any Day Now” listed among his personal tri- 
umphs, should soon be racking up the sales and spins with “I Keep For- 
gettin’.” It’s a romantic heartbreaker that spotlites a terrific Jackson 
vocal against a fascinating, off-beat choral-instrumental backdrop. Jocks 
are sure to go wild for the sounds here. Pairing’s a tempting cha cha 
twist weeper that can also score. 


“I’M CLIMBIN’ (THE WALL)” (2:35) [January BMI — Adams, Nader] 
“THEY DIDN’T BELIEVE ME” (2:30) 

[T. B. Harms ASCAP — Reynolds, Kern] 

ADAM WADE (Epic 9521) 

Looks like a debut smash on Epic for the hit-maker. Side’s a captivating, 
martial beat-like romancer, labeled “I’m Climbin’ (The Wall),” that 
Adam puts across with telling effect. Stellar ork-choral backdrop supplied 
by Bob Mersey’s outfit. On the lower stand there’s a warm and tender 
revival of the evergreen beaut. Two fine performances. 


“WHAT KIND OF LOVE IS THIS” (2:06) 

[Planetary, Doris Gee ASCAP — Nash] 

“WING-DING” (2:10) [Frost, Jon Ware BMI— Dee, Glover, Taylor] 
JOEY DEE & THE STARLITERS (Roulette 4438) 

“What Kind Of Love Is This” is a refreshing change-of-pace for Dee, 
who's been soaring’ up the charts aboard the hard-rock twist'ers. This 
one, from the flick, “Two Tickets To Paris,” is a slow twist-with-strings 
romancer that should head to chartsville in no time flat. The gimmicked- 
up-all-instrumental coupler (from the “All The World Is Twistin’ ” LP) 
IS from the torrid twist dept. 


“C’MON BETTY HOME” (2:00) [Pepamar ASCAP— Stookey] 
“OLD JOE CLARK” (1:55) 

[Sausalito BMI — Arr: Reynolds, Shane, Stewart] 

THE KINGSTON TRIO (Capitol 4808) 

The pop-folk song specialists, who are coming off a solid two-sided coin- 
catcher in “Scotch And Soda” and “Jane, Jane, Jane,” are in for more 
of the same happy sales results this time out. Topside, they tastefully 
^se over a most attractive cha-cha beat-styled opus, labeled “C’Mon 
Betty Home.” The undercut, “Old Joe Clark,” is a high-speed blue- 
grass-angled traditional, culled from their “Something Special LP.” 
There s money-in-the-bank for all concerned here. 

“POETRY” (2:23) [Dymor ASCAP— Stillman, Allen] 
“DREAMIN’ ALL THE TIME” (2:14) 

[Famous ASCAP — Hilliard, Bacharach] 

JACK JONES (Kapp 477) 

The velvety-voiced song stylist, who stepped into the national spotlite 
with his beautiful recording of “Lollipops And Roses,” dishes up another 
superb performance that’s sure to All the airwaves in the near future, 
It’se an ultra-lovely affair, tagged “Poetry,” that sorts an ear-arresting 
Chack Sagle showcase. The extremely pretty soft beat cha cha coupler 
also has a healthy chart outlook. 


STAN GETZ (Verve 10260) 

(B-t-) ‘DESAFINADO (2:00) [Ben- 
dig BMI — Jobim] On this end 
Getz is teamed up with guitarist 
Charlie Byrd for a danceable, swingin’ 
rendition of the jazz oldie. The side is 
culled from the artist’s current Verve 
LP, “Jazz Samba.” Watch it, too! 

(B-b) “JAZZ THEME FROM DR. 

KILDARE” (2:24) [Hastings 
BMI — Goldsmith, Rugolo, Winn] Stan 
Getz gives the TV theme a first-rate 
uptempo jazz treatment on this new 
release. The side boasts some impres- 
sive solos. Spinners should come out 
for it in droves. 


CY & THE CYCLONES 
(Shelley 162) 

(B+) “HUNDRED POUNDS OF 
CLAY” (2:10) [Gil BMI — 
Elgin, Dixon, Rogers] The one-time 
vocal success for Gene McDaniels can 
soon be making chart rounds once 
again via this contagious easy-twist 
cha cha instrumental version by Cy 
& The Cyclones. Engaging organ and 
sax interplay on a deck that bears 
close watching. 

(B+) “PAUL REVERE” (2:14) 
[George Pincus & Sons AS- 
CAP — Levitan] Also keep close tabs 
on this galloping delighter that sports 
a fetching hoofbeat sound throughout 
the lid. Either end could be a ‘left 
fielder’. 

ETTA JONES (King 5660) 

(B+) “I THOUGHT ABOUT YOU” 
(2:40) [Burke & Van Heusen 
ASCAP — Van Heusen, Mercer] The 
lark turns in a first-rate job on this 
evergreen cut during her days with 
King. Jazz-flavored backing coupled 
with the lark’s feelingful delivery of 
the lyrics give the wax a good chance 
of happening. 

(B) “I’M GONNA LOCK MY 
HEART AND THROW 
AWAY THE KEY” (2:40) [Shapiro- 
Bernstein ASCAP — Shand Eaton] 
Another sturdie essayed with art- 
istry and verve by the thrush. Good 
airplay potential. 

THE JOHNNY LEWIS TRIO 
(Coral 62326) 

(B-b) “THE GRIND” (2:17) [Two- 
Beat BMI — J & M Lewis] 
Cashing in on the current trend of 
burlesque-styled items the Johnny 
Lewis Trio unleash their accomplished 
instrumental talents full-blast on this 
infectious, power-paced affair. Dee- 
jays should pick up on this one fast. 
(B) “MILLIE’S RIFF” (2:29) 

[Champion BMI — J & M 
Lewis] On this end the trio dishes up 
a bright, saucy twister. Plenty of 
good stuff here. 

PEPPY FIELDS (Jubilee 5006) 

(B) “BILL BAILEY” (2:04) 

[Benell BMI] Peppy Fields 
belts out a potent rendition of the 
oldie with enough good stuff in it to 
cause a stir. Side is culled from the 
lark’s current label LP. 

(B) “SOMEBODY STOLE MY 

GAL” (2:30) [Robbins ASCAP 
— Wood] Another ragtime favorite 
given a top-notch rockin’ send-off by 
the lark. 

FIREFLIES (Taurus 355) 

(B-b) “YOU WERE MINE (For 

Awhile)” (1:20) [Sebiniano 
ASCAP — Girasoli, Reynolds] Guys 
nicely convey the sentiments of an in- 
viting lost-love teen item similar to 
their while-back click. Chants by a 
femme chorus are effective backdrop 
highlights. 

(B) “ONE O’CLOCK TWIST” 

(2:00) [Sebiniano ASCAP — 
Sebiniano, Girasoli] Though the boys 
blend, it’s the guitar-led combo that 
is the feature of this twist romp. 


JOHNNY DESMOND 
(Edgewood 5001) 

(B-b) “BRANDY WINE BLUES” 
(2:05) [Melody Trails BMI — 
Williams] The pro song stylist can 
make a chart appearance with his 
first-time-out stint for the new N.Y.- 
based label. It’s an infectious shuffler 
with a top notch Billy Mure ork-choral 
assist. 

(B) “HALF A CHANCE” (2:38) 
[Melhead ASCAP — Albert, 
Wayne] This end finds Johnny in a 
warm ballad mood as he carves out 
the extremely pretty romancer in 
ear-pleasing fashion. 


DON GARDNER & DEE DEE FORD 
(KC 106) 

(B-b) “GLORY OF LOVE” (2:28) 
[Shapiro-Bernstein ASCAP — 
Hill] Don Gardner & Dee Dee Ford 
are heard in potent shuffle-twist style 
on this master cut prior to their suc- 
cess with “I Need Your Lovin’ ” on 
Fire. Could mean another chart go- 
round for the oldie. 

(B) “DEED I DO” (2:28) [Laurel 
ASCAP — Rose, Hirsch] An- 
other old-timer on this end finds a 
feelingful beat-ballad up dating. 


MACE BARRETT 
(Charlie Parker 208) 

(B-b) “JEALOUS” (2:15) [Venus, 
Mills ASCAP — Finch, Malli, 
Little] The evergreen stands a solid 
chance in making the chart grade 
once again as Barrett takes it for a 
house-rockin’, handclappin’ twist ride. 
Sizzling choral and instrumental sup- 
port. 

(B) “LITTLE GIRL” (1:34) 
[Leeds ASCAP — Hyde, Henry] 
Songster stays in the oldie dept, as he 
carves out the tender ditty in hip- 
swinging beat-ballad manner. 


JOHNNY HARTMAN 
(Bethlehem 3011) 

(B-b) “WHILE WE’RE YOUNG” 
(2:40) [Regent ASCAP — 
Engvick, Wilder, Palitz] Hartman 
displays a warm, attractive ballad 
style as he tenderly revives this beau- 
tiful evergreen. Side should latch onto 
loads of airplay in the coming weeks. 

(B) “STELLA BY STARLIGHT” 
(2:40) [Famous ASCAP — 
Young, Washington] More of the 
same dreamy songstuff on this re- 
visit of the charming oldie. Pleasing 
two-sided debut for the songster. 


RAY CHARLES (Time 1054) 

(B-b) “WHY DID YOU GO” (2:41) 
[Drexall BMI — Stone, Asher] 
Charles, who is currently burning up 
the charts with “I Can’t Stop Loving 
You” (on ABC), should pull plenty of 
coin with this potent, slow-paced low- 
down blues weeper cut prior to his 
current smash. 

(B) “BACK HOME” (2:24) 
[Brent BMI — Stone Asher] 
Hard-driving blues instrumental with 
some first-rate solos. 


DEL RICHARDSON (MGM 3088) 

(B-b) “THE BOY’S NIGHT OUT” 
(2:18) [Miller ASCAP— Cahn, 
Van Heusen] Del Richardson offers a 
fine easy-goin’ rendition of the flick 
theme with a fine, lush orchestral 
backing from Billy Verplanck’s crew. 
Patti Page currently has a version of 
the tune out on Mercury. 

(B) “COME STA” (2:44) [Rob- 
bins ASCAP — Veron, Gordon] 
Here the chanter renders a tender, 
romantic, slow-paced ballad. Nice pro- 
gramming fare. 


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Pick of the Week 


“SO WHAT” (2:05) “BLUES FOR THE RED BOY” 

[Jec BMI— Black] (1:51) [Lois BMI— Rhodes] 

BILL BLACK’S COMBO (Hi 2055) 

Those ear-pleasing sounds of the Bill Black Combo should again be fill- 
ing the air in the near future. The instrumentalists turn in another win- 
ning pair of performances as they shuffle-twist thru “So What” and 
lazily glide over “Blues For A Red Boy.” Both ends have those coin- 
catching qualities notched into every groove. 


“I WANNA THANK YOUR “THE GIANT” (2:45) 

FOLKS” (2:30) [Champion BMI — Nelson, Taylor, 

[Aldon BMI— Mann] Crutchfield] 

JOHNNY BURNETTE (Chancellor 1116) 

Burnette’s new association with Chancellor is a good bet to start right 
off with two solid money-makers. One end he leads off with a charming 
twist’er, dubbed “I Want To Thank Y'our Folks.” Teeners are gonna love 
the delightful lyrics. There’s a tear in Johnny voice on the shufflin’ com- 
panion piece, “The Giant.” Excellent choral and ork support on this 
double-decker. 


“I WISH (2:28) [Brent BMI— Jackson] 

“(I BELIEVE) SOMETHING FUNNY IS GOING ON” (2:26) 
[Brent BMI — Kirkland, Tillman, Woods] 

BERTHA TILLMAN (Brent 7032) 

Bertha Tillman, who had a chart-maker in both the pop and r&b depts. 
with “Oh My Angel,” can make it two-in-a-row with this new Brent 
effort. It’s a feelingful, ballad-with-a-beat love affair, labeled “I Wish,” 
that sports an ork-choral backdrop that’s right up the teeners’ alley. 
Pairing’s an engaging thump-a-twist blueser. 


Pick of the Week 


Newcomers 

In an effort to call D.J. attention to Pick records by "Newcomers" (artists never before on 
tho Top 100) the editorial staff of Cash Box will list saeh records under this special heading. 


“DO YOU LOVE ME” (2:49) [Jobete BMI— Gordy] 

“MOVE MR. MAN” (2:15) [Jobete BMI— Gordy, Gordon] 

THE CONTOURS (Gordy 7005) 

The Tamla-Motown affiliate can soon make its mark in the hit dept, via 
this sensational bow by the Contours. Fellas really twist and shout as 
they ask the question, “Do You Love Me,” against a fabulous-percussion 
spotlighted instrumental backdrop. Real money-making workout here. 
Coupler’s another tempting twist’er. 

“THE DARE” (2:49) [Drive-In BMI— Tyler, Egnoian] 
“TEENAGE HEARTBREAKER” (2:02) [Drive-In BMI— Tyler] 
JIMMY TYLER (Original Sound 049) 

Newcomer Jimmy Tyler can score with his first-time-out session for 
Original Sound. Side’s a crying towel tale of a teen tragedy (from the 
“Tell Laura” school) about a guy who accepts “The Dare” for a drag 
race and sees his girl killed in a subsequent crash. Tyler’s captivating, 
chorus-backed vocal sells the deck. Backing’s a change-of-pace twist 
romp’er that should also attract loads of attention. 

“ELIZABETH” (2:20) [ARMADA B.MI— Berry, Williams, Ford, Covay] 
“BELIEVE IN ME” (2:15) [ARMADA BMI— Berry, Height] 

THE HOLLYWOOD FLAMES (Goldie 1101) 

The Hollywood Flames, who burnt up the charts awhile back with “Buzz, 
Buzz, Buzz,” can soon be starting a sales fire with their debut on the new 
N.Y.-based diskery. It’s an infectious novelty comment on the much- 
publicized “Elizabeth,” that’s set to the wobble, the new teen dance fad. 
Strong Fred Norman ork support. Coupler’s a heartfelt beat-ballad stand. 

“WADDLE, WADDLE” [Good Songs BMI— Clark] 

“I’LL PLAY AROUND” [Good Songs BMI— Clark] 

THE BRACELETS (Congress 104) 

Look for this new dance to be popping up all across the country in the 
days to come. Tabbed “Waddle, Waddle,” it’s a delectable entry, with a 
rock-a-cha-cha beat-flavor, that the Bracelets teach in a tailored-for- 
teen-tastes manner. Standout Hutche Davie instrumentation rounds out 
the winner. Artists smoothly carve one out from the beat-ballad school 
on the lower end. 

“A PICTURE OF YOU” (2:12) [Ludlow BMI— Beveridge, Oakman] 
“A LAY-ABOUT’S LAMENT” (2:17) [Pan Musik ASCAP— Klein] 

JOE BROWN & THE BRUVVERS (London International 10517) 

“A Picture Of You” is currently riding on top of the English charts. It 
could very well do the same here. Tune’s a haunting jumper that spotlites 
a first rate vocal by English teen-age idol Joe Brown and a standout 
instrumental backdrop by the Bruwers. The coupler, “A Lay-About’s 
Lament,” is a cockney-styled delighter. 


DEL RICHARDSON (Stellar 1010) 

(B-f) “’TIS TRUE” (2:26) [Peer 
Int’l BMI — Marcus, Berman] 
Richardson hands-in a fine tender de- 
livery of a poignant folkish ballad. A 
lovely string ork sound backs-up. 
Deserves spins. 

(B) “YOU PASS THIS WAY 
ONLY ONCE” (2:29) [R.F.D. 
ASCAP— Skylar, Frisch] Honest 
reading of the old inspirational. 


ALFREDITO VALDES (Tru-Sound 
1101 ) 

(B-h) “CHARANGA EN NEW 
YORK” (2:40) [Bouffartique] 
The maestro leads his outfit thru a 
snappy rendition of the popular 
Latin-American dance. Deck has the 
goods to step out in the pop mart. 
Delightful offering for the summer 
months. 

(B) “ALMENDRA” (2:30) [Val- 
des] This end’s a slow cha 
cha-like affair that should appeal to 
the aficionados. Both ends are culled 
from the “Sabrina” LP. 


CONNIE McGILL (Edge 502) 

(B-f) “TAKE IT LIKE A MAN” 

(2:12) [Rim BMI— McGill, 
White] Those who have lost their 
loves are offered advice in this well- 
done speedy Latinish blueser from 

the song crew. Merits spins. Diskery 
works out of N.Y. 

(B) “MY LOVE WILL NEVER 

CHANGE” (2:38) [Rim BMI 
White, McGill] Soft-spoken stand on 
a nice affectionate for the youngsters. 


DON FORBES (York 201) 

(B) “SAVE YOUR LOVE” (2:02) 
[ASCAP — Brandon, Zietz, 

Hobbs] Good-music stations note: 
Forbes has a fine swing sense here, 
and he’s backed by a sure-handed ar- 
rangement by Elliott Lawrence, who 
also conducted the date. Label is 
from Mount Vernon, N.Y. 

(B) “WILL YOU BE MY ONLY 
LOVE?” (2:30) [ASCAP— 
Brandon, Zietz] Good romantic war- 
ble by the performer. 


RICHIE ALLEN (Imperial 5865) 

(B) “A TOUCH OF BLUE” (2:21) 

[Travis BMI — Podolor] In- 
triguing theme is done with a strik- 
ing, slow-beat arrangement. Guitar 
offers the tune against soft jungle- 
like percussion comments. 

(B) “NOT SO QUIET” (1:55) 

[Travis BMI — Podolor] Guitar 
is also the feature of this infectious 
blues rocker. 


JEANNE LICCARDO (Salerno 101) 

(C-f) “SUMMER IS HERE” (2:16) 
[Liccardo BMI — Liccardo] 

Lass sings of the joys of summer 
against a legit cha-cha sound fi-om 
the band. 

(C-t-) “WHEN YOUR HEART IS 
ACHING” (2:37) [Liccardo 
BMI — Liccardo] Straight moody from 
the performer. 


BABS GONZALES/LITTLE “BABS” 
FOREST (A-J 906) 

(C-f) “GIT TO DAT” (2:00) [Zarr 
BMI — Gonzales] Vet blues 
performer Babs Gonzales offers humor 
comments against a jazz blues-swing 
sound. 

(C-h) “2x7-hl And 1 More” (2:20) 

[Zarr BMI — Gonzales] Little 
“Babs” Forest heads this bouncy 
blueser. 




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ANDY STEWART (Capitol 4809) ] 

(B-h) “TAKE ME BACK” (3:04) ' 
[BIEM Stewart] Scottish 
songster Andy Stewart sings a warm : 
folk-flavored opus all about his close ; 
ties with his native land. Stewart, 
who hit a while back with “A | 
Scottish Soldier” could duplicate that i 
success here. 


(B) “THE ROAD AND THE 
MILES TO DUNDEE” [PD] 
The oldie is given a feelingful, listen- 
able reading. Some commercial appeal. 


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GEORGE TUCKER (Jubilee 5430) 

(B-H) “I REMEMBER MOON- ^ 
LIGHT BEACH” [Hill & 
Range BMI — Weisman] WINS-New 
York spinner George Tucker kicks off ■ 
his wax debut with an effective recita- j 
tion on a romantic, schmaltzy theme. 1 
The side is reminiscent of the Walter J 
Benton poem. Interesting sound ef- ] 
fects give the side an extra chance.^/ 


(B) “MOONLIGHT BEACH” 
[Hill & Range BMI— Weis- 
man] On this end the Coney Island | 
Kids offer an instrumental of the 
above side. Good bet for jockeys. 


DANTE (Imperial 5867) 


(B-f) 


“THE MAGIC RING” (2:22)^ 
[Travis BMI — Drowty] ThejS'J 
songster’s wide-range vocal talentj 
carry him in good stead on this up 
tempo, dual-track hard-driving rockin'^^ 
item. A strong commercial sound that^ 
the teen hoofers’ll dig. 


(B) 


“AM I THE ONE” (1:58) 
[Travis BMI — Drowty] This^] 
time out Dante comes up with an ap- ^ 
pealing, familar-sounding r&r lament. 
The chanter is effectively backed by a 
choi-us. 


CAROL CONNORS (Era 3084) 

(B-h) “TWO RIVERS” [Bamboo 
BMI — Zackery, Stephens] 
Carol Connors sells a pretty dual- 
track slow-paced ballad with her dis- 
tinctive throaty vocal style. With the 
proper exposure the wax could push 
the lark into the national limelight. 

(B) “BIG, BIG LOVE” (2:17) I 
[Bamboo BMI — Duhig, Berry] 
This side’s an infectious, danceable 
item with eye out for teen appeal. A j 
nice showing. 


KENDALL HAYES (Palisade 14510) 

(B) “JUNGLE OF LOVE” (2:10) 

[Lowery BMI — Hayes] Ken- i 
dall Hayes, who earned a rep as the 
composer of “Walk On By,” show- 
cases his potent vocal abilities on 
this tender slow-paced, shuffler. Side 
has a good pop-country sound. Dual- 
market chance here. 

(B) “THISAWAY OR THAT- 

AWAY” (2:21) [Lowery 
BMI — Hayes] This time out the 
songster reads a catchy uptempo 
self-penned ditty with some smart, 
teen-oriented lyrics. 


SONNY FLAHARTY (Decca 31419) 

(B-h) “C’MON LITTLE MARY” 
(2:15) [Dove BMI— Cole- 
grove] Here’s a nice hard-driving up-/ 
tempo, chorus-backed item essayed! 
with loads of authority by the chanter. 
The side boasts some first-rate guitar 
work. Should garner loads of spins. 

(B) “PLEASE DON’T WEAR 
THAT BIKINI” (2:06) [Wiley 
BMI — Dellerson, Latimer, Wells, 
Brennan] This side’s a real cute 
novelty-styled slow twister. Just the 
right thing for the summer season. 


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CONWAY TWITTY (MGM 13089) 

(B+) THERE’S SOMETHING ON 
YOUR MIND” (2:25) [Mer- 
cedes BMI — McNeeley] Twitty 
squeezes every ounce of emotion out 
of this potent, pulsating beat-ballad 
revival of the few-seasons-ago r&b- 
pop chart-maker for Big Jay McNeely. 
Could send Conway on his hit way 
once again. 

(B+) “UNCHAINED MELODY” 
(2:20) [Frank ASCAP— Zaret, 
North] The short- while-back chart 
sensation can also send the songster 
back to money-making territory. At- 
tractive cha cha beat setting here. 


KIP WALTON (Glad-Hamp 2007) 

(B+) “HAPPINESS IS A THING 
CALLED JOE” (1:56) [Leo 
Feist ASCAP — Arlen, Harburg] The 
sentimental old-timer is treated to a 
striking, “Like Young”-jazz flavored 
reading by Walton. Sensational, 
quick-paced ’88 work with sock 
rhythm support. Deck has what it 
takes to move way out. Keep close 
tabs on it. 

(B) “DIGGA DIGGA DO” (1:25) 
[Mills ASCAP — McHugh, 
Fields] More infectious, high-speed 
instrumental work, chock-full-of-gim- 
mick sounds, on this engaging revival. 
Label’s based in N.Y. 


CRAIG BROWN (Select 714) 

(B+) “AWAY-I’M BOUND AWAY” 
(2:30) [Joy ASCAP— Glazer] 
Youngster, a Pfc. in the U.S. Army, 
bows on the Joy subsid with a capti- 
vating up-dating of the lovely folk 
tune, “Shenandoah.” The artist’s oh- 
so-smooth reading warmly combines 
with a grade “A” soft cha cha beat- 
like ork-choral assist by Mort Garson. 
Could bust wide open with exposure. 

(B) “BOBBY SHAFTO” (1:55) 
[Joy ASCAP — Shuman, Gar- 
son] 'This rippling folk myth should 
also fit easily into the deejay’s turn- 
table sked. 


JANE MORGAN (Kapp 478) 

(B+) “WAITING FOR CHARLEY 
TO COME HOME” (2:32) 
[Dolfi BMI — Hilliard, Bacharach] 
Lark’s stellar version of the powerful 
sentimental opus could put the tune 
in hitsville. Side dramatically builds 
between the opening and closing folk- 
flavored segments. 

(B-b) “ASK ME TO DANCE” 
(2:19) [Montclare BMI — 
Gilkyson, Dehr] There’s a warm cha 
cha setting to this enchanting affair. 
Splendid Burt Bacharach arrange- 
ments on both these ‘must program- 
ming’ entries. 


FRANK SINATRA (Capitol 4815) 

(B-t-) “I LOVE PARIS” (1:48) 
[Buxton Hill ASCAP — Por- 
ter] From the Capitol catalog comes 
another one of Sinatra’s swingin’ af- 
fairs. This time it’s the “Can Can” 
classic that Frank breezes over in 
superb style. 

(B-I-) “HIDDEN PERSUASION” 
(2:24) [Barton ASCAP— 
Churchill] This delighter’s treated to 
the chanter’s charming easy-goin’ 
approach. Great deejay and op fare. 


NOLAN STRONG (Fortune 546) 

(B+) “MIND OVER MATTER (I’M 
GONNA MAKE YOU MINE)” 
(3:00) [Trianon BMI — Brown] 
Strong, who still has a long-running 
success in his r&b-pop waxing of 
“The Wind,” can again make dual- 
mart news with this bluesy cha cha 
twist entry. Enticing vocal and in- 
strumental sounds on a lid with lotsa 
coin-catching potential. 

(B-I-) “BESIDE YOU” (2:05) ['Tri- 
anon BMI — Strong] Strong 
hands in a fetching falsetto reading 
on this beat-ballad stint. Eye it too! 


ANN-MARGRET 
(RCA Victor 8061) 

(B+) “I WAS ONLY KIDDING” 
(2:35) [Aldoh BMI — Goffln, 
King] The actress-thrush can soon be 
the topic of wax conversation as a 
result of her winning vocal way with 
this infectious rock-a-cha-cha entry. 
Inviting ork-choral support (with the 
trombone featured) by H. B. Barnum. 

(B+) “JIM DANDY” (2:44) [Ra- 
leigh BMI — Chase] This en- 
ticing rock-a-twist revival of Lavern 
Baker’s years-back click can also grab 
the national spotlite. Two strong 
money-makers. 


ERSEL HICKEY (Apollo 761) 

(B-[-) “THE MILLIONAIRE” (1:43) 
[Studio BMI — Grafakos] 
Hickey, who kicked up a chart fuss 
some seasons back with “Bluebirds 
Over The Mountain,” can have an- 
other hot item in this Apollo bow. It’s 
an emotion-packed, slow rock-a-cha 
pounder that sports a powerful ork- 
choral showcase. Could be a big win- 
ner. 

(B) “UPSIDE DOWN LOVE” 
(1:25) Studio BMI— Grafakos] 
Here Ersel puts on a sock rock-a-twist 
display. Could also latch onto a heap 
of coin. 


GORD LIGHTFOOT 
(ABC-Paramount 10352) 


BONNIE GUITAR (RCA Victor 8063) 

(B+) “WHO IS SHE?” (2:21) 
[Trinity BMI — Barry] A feel- 
ingful plaintive sometimes multi- 
tracked pose by the thrush on an 
other-girl storyline. A sympathetic 
sound is provided by the cozy combo- 
chorus setting. 

(B) “BROKEN HEARTED GIRL” 
(2:29) [Questar ASCAP — 
Guitar] A mother of a broken-hearted 
teener (mom sent the boy she loved 
away) speaks her piece here. 


JOHN GARY (Ace 661) 

(B) “FIRST LADY WALTZ” 

[Jimmy McHugh ASCAP — 

McHugh, Washington] Vet writers 
Jimmy McHugh and Ned Washington 
have written pretty, good-old-fash- 
ioned waltzer that’s dedicated to the 
present First Lady of the U.S. It’s 
done with taste by singer Gary and 
the Guy Lombardo-like ork backdrop. 

(B) “A RIVER OF SILVER” 

[Deep River ASCAP — Robin- 
son, Shand] Nice folkish waltzer here. 


DEL WOOD (Mercury 71972) 

(B-b) “DOWN YONDER” [LaSalle 
ASCAP — Gilbert] Merry pac- 
ings for the oldie by the popular 
honky-tonk keyboard femme, chorus 
and rhythm accompaniment. First- 
rate specialty item for juke-boxes. 
Side (and flip) was culled from an 
LP, “Ragtime Goes International.” 

(B) “LADY OF SPAIN” (2:06) 
[Sam Fox ASCAP — Reaves, 
Evans] Flamenco-sounding guitars 
are a bright part of this display of the 
familiar number. 


THE CAMPUS KIDS 
(ABC-Paramount 10344) 

(B-b) “(Marie, Michele, Nanette) I 
STILL LOVE YOU ALL” 
(2:30) [Leeds ASCAP — Contet, 
Glanzberg, Raye] Lots of shuffle-beat 
charm to this joyfious outing by the 
songsters on a charming ditty, a 
while-back English success for Kenny 
Ball. Guys are cheerfully assisted by 
some larks. This could be a left-field 
success. 

(B) “STRETCH PANTS” (2:24) 
[Leeds ASCAP — Tobias, Pock- 
riss] Continental-styled sunny. 


THE DESIRES (Smash 1763) 

(B-b) “THERE I GO AGAIN” 
(2:11) [MRC BMI— Copeland] 
Label’s new blues-styled songsters 
will get to the kids with this affec- 
tionate pose, which features a lead 
voice against a busy, but slow-beat 
sound from the other warblers and 
combo. With enough exposure, side 
could move. 

(B) “I NEVER LOVED LIKE 
THIS BEFORE” (2:20) [MRC 
BMI — Talbot] This end will also 
touch youngsters. 


THE STRING- A-LONGS (Dot 16379) 

(B-f) “SPINNIN’ MY WHEELS” 
(2:03) [Dundee BMI — Reeves] 
The String-A-Longs could have a fast 
click with this potent, hard-driving 
raunchy instrumental twister. Side’s 
infectious beat and fancy guitar work 
make it a natural for heavy airplay. 

(B-b) “MY BLUE HEAVEN” (2:15) 
[Leo Feist ASCAP — Whiting, 
Donaldson] First-rate, high-powered 
rendition of the evergreen. Eye it, too, 
for rapid acceptance. 


(B-b) “(REMEMBER ME) I’M 
THE ONE” (2:17) [Ardo 
BMI — Lightfoot] This ABC master 
purchase from the Chateau diskery of 
Canada can put Lightfoot up among 
the front runners. Artist’s country- 
styled delivery of the soft, appealing 
“Last Date” — styled ballad is sure to 
make the deejays sit up and take 
notice. 

(B) “DAISY-DOO” (2:25) [Ardo 
BMI — Lightfoot] Lotsa happy 
rock-a-tAvist fun on this catchy 
novelty. 


GINGER & THE CHIFFONS 
(Groove 0003) 

(B) “WHERE WERE YOU LAST 
NIGHT?” (2:05) [Norick AS- 
CAP — Blagman, Bobrick] On Victor’s 
recently reactivated label, the gal 
songsters offer a catchy blue-flavored 
attack on a number in which the guy 
gets told-off by the gal. Flute has a 
role in the bright combo backing. 

(B) “SHE” (2:10) [Norick AS- 
CAP — Blagman, Bobrick] Sin- 
cere reading by the lead lass of a 
plaintive about the “other girl.” 


LEN WEINRIB (Capitol 4806) 

(B) “PREZ CONFERENCE” 

(2:40) [Beechwood BMI 
Sher, Prelutsky] JFK is once again 
the subject of a rock-field novelty. 
Here, Weinrib does a good imitation 
of the Chief Executive, as he hurnor- 
ously answers teen-directed questions 
at a “prez conference.” A quick-beat 
twist sound backs-up. 

(B) “THEME FROM PREZ CON- 

FERENCE” (1:57) [Beech- 
wood BMI — Morgan, Weinrib] “The 
White House Band” solos in all-out 
twist style here. 


GENE & EUNICE (Lilly 512) 

(B-b) “GOT A RIGHT TO KNOW” 
(2:28) [Lillian BMI — Allen, 
Parker] Gene and Eunice who scored 
a few years back with “Kokomo” 
could have their biggest outing in 
quite a while with this catchy guitar- 
backed r&b-pop lament. Spinners 
should come out in droves for this one. 

(B) “EVER LOVIN’ BABY” 
(1:55) [Lillian BMI — Levy, 
Hawkins] The duo are in top-notch 
form on this appealing uptempo blues 
weeper. Side boasts some fancy horn 
work. 


YVANN DANIEL (Tribute 111) 

(B) “TWIST THE BLUES 
AWAY” (2:11) [Nassau BMI 
— Feldman, Smith] Artist is a popu- 
lar songster among French Canadians, 
and his U.S. singles bow is a good, 
English-sung twist attack. 

(B) “I’VE COME A LONG LONG 
WAY” (2:17) [B. Benjamin 
ASCAP — Benjamin, Marcus, Gardner] 
Softie rock-inclined sentimental (also 
warbled in English). 


THE KAMPUS KINSMEN 
(Ensign 1770) 

(B) “THE ISLANDER” (2:05) 
[Symbol BMI — Palmer, Stew- 
art, Nolan] Accompanied by a solid- 
sounding calypso arrangement, lead 
and fellow warblers tell a haunting 
tale about an island couple who are 
taken away from the island to the 
big-city, but find they had to return. 
Sound holds the listener’s interest. 

(B) “LITTLE GIRL” (2:16) [Sym- 
bol BMI — Breedlove, Palmer, 
Stewart, Nolan] Lead effectively es- 
says a number about a guy who has 
found the love-of-his-life. Smash dis- 
tributes the diskery. 


THE MILLER SISTERS (Hull 752) 

(B-b) “I CRIED ALL NIGHT” 
(2:15) [Keel BMI— Miller] 
After an unhurried opening, lead 
lark, rest of team and combo display 
a pro knack for a twistin’ sock-rock 
date. Kids will have the welcome-mat 
out for this one. 

(B-b) “THE HULLY GULLY 
REEL” (2:15) [Keel BMI — 
Miller, Burrell] Gals make various 
vocal interjections and cho-choo 
chants in this volatile attack. Diskery 
is located in N.Y. 


CHUCK WILLOUGHBY 
(Republic 2029) 

(B) “STOP THE WORLD (& Let 
Me Off)” (2:08) [4-Star Sales 
BMI — Belew, Stevenson] Old country 
item is revived with good-sounding 
results. Songster essays the item 
against a strong, bluesy shuffle-beat 
combo stint (including an harmonica). 
Kids will welcome spins on this effort. 

(B) “COMIN’ OR GOIN’” (2:34) 
[Golden West Melodies BMI — 
Wolfe] There’s a somewhat similar 
approach here. 



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DEL McCLINTON (London 9544) THE DYNELS (Dot 16382) 


(B+) “DUNKIRK” (2:30) [Le Bill 
BMI — Hausey, Whitten] Mc- 
Clinton, whose harmonica backed 
Bruce Channel on his “Hey Baby” 
smash, displays a winning vocal tal- 
ent on this London-cut session. It’s 
an inspiring, martial-beat description 
of the tragic-heroic British evacua- 
tion. Could break wide open. 


(B-(-) “BOY FRIEND” (1:55) 
[Beechwood BMI — Heard] 
The Dynels could have a solid dual- 
mart chart entry with their pounding 
rock-a-cha-cha rendition of this ditty 
from “I’m Blue — Gong, Gong” school. 
Deck’s got the chart goods. 


(B+) 


(B) 


“ANGEL EYES” (2:18) [Le 
Bill BMI — Montgomery] This 
half’s an inviting, teen beat cha cha 
romancer. 


“LET’S DO IT AGAIN” 
(2:17) [Beechwood BMI — 
Ross] This end’s a terrific twist’er 
that also has that happy hit sound. 
Two potent performances. 


OBREY WILSON (Liberty 55483) SONNY LESTER (Roulette 4442) 


(B-b) “HEY THERE MOUNTAIN” 
(2:35) [Aldon BMI— Buchan- 
an, Miller, Ervin] Here’s one that has 
that ‘grow on you with each listen’ 
quality. It’s a sentimental romancer 
that sports a superb vocal effort by 
the newcomer. Excellent Arnie Goland 
ork-choral support. There’s plenty of 
Top 100 potential here. 


(B-b) “THE RAID ON THE 
STRIPPER” (2:03) [Frost 
BMI — Lester, Grundy] The speak- 
easy-like setting with a honky-tonk 
piano and drum pounding out the 
bumpy beat becomes a bedlam when 
the police arrive. It’s a rib-tickler 
that the jocks’ll dig. 


(B) “SAY IT AGAIN” (1:57) 
[Cedarwood BMI — Wilkin, 
Beavers] More top drawer vocal and 
instrumental sounds on the shufflin’ 
biueser. Watch this artist. Could be 
a big talent. 


(B-b) “BUMPS AND GRINDS” 
(2:37) [Frost BMI— Grundy] 
This half, exactly what the tag im- 
plies, should also be a picnic for the 
platter spinners. 


JILL TALMADGE (May 121) 

(B-b) “TELL HIM I’M NOT HOME” 
(1:50) [Trinity BMI — Barry] 
It’s a good bet that Jill Talmadge will 
get her big break with this May stand. 
It’s a pounding, shuffle-rock weeper 
with a top calibre choral-ork back- 
drop supplied by Stu Phillips’ outfit. 


JERRY LEE LEWIS (Sun 379) 
(B-b) “SWEET LITTLE SIXTEEN’ 


(2:52) [Chuck Berry & Arc 
BMI — Berry] Old Chuck Berry hit is 
revived with that familiar romp style 
from Lewis. Kids will dig the rock-a- 
billy life here. 


(B) “THE QUIET BOY” (2:12) 
[Colpix ASCAP — Bacon, 
Burns] Complete change-of-pace on 
this pretty beat-ballad filter. 


(B-b) “HOW’S MY EX TREATING 
YOU” (2:35) [Tree BMI — 
McAlpin] Ballad affair somewhat on 
the order of a Fats Domino sound. 


NINA SIMONE (Colpix 647) 


(B-b) “I GOT IT BAD” (3:38) [Rob- 
bins ASCAP — Webster, Elling- 
ton] The lark has had several clicks 
in the past and this new entry culled 
from LP, “Nina Sings Ellington,” 
could be another potent coin-puller. 
Side is given a fresh easy-goin’ re- 
laxed jazz instrumental treatment. 
Sure-fire noisemaker. 


MIKE & THE MODIFIERS 
(Gordy 7006) 

(B-b) “I FOUND MYSELF A 
BRAND NEW BABY” (2:48) 
[Jobete BMI — Valvano, Paul] After 
a soft-spoken intro, lead and rest of 
team go into a medium-beat Latinish 
display that’s just what today’s teen- 
ers are taking to. It’s an entry to eye. 


(B-b) “I WANT A LITTLE SUGAR 
IN MY BOWL” (2:39) [AS- 
CAP — Simone] Low down, self- 

penned biueser sold with authority 
and finesse by the thrush. 


(B) “IT’S TOO BAD” (2:38) 
[Jobete BMI — Valvano, Paul] 
Crew’s lead warbles a wistful with 
understanding. 


BUNKER HILL (Mala 451) 

(B-b) “HIDE & GO SEEK, PART 
ONE” (2:25) [Florentine BMI 
— Hill] Hill dishes up a rousing stomp 
with some real smart lyrics on this 
new Mala release. Side has enough 
built-in success ingredients to score. 


(B-b) “HIDE & GO SEEK, PART 
TWO” (2:20) [Florentine BMI 
— Hill] This one’s a potent continua- 
tion of the top side. 


KIM & THE SKIPPERS 
(Russ-Fi 7002) 

(B-b) “DAYBREAKER” (1:59) 
[Mamaleen BMI — Fowley, 
Battin] Familiar “morning” theme 
from Grieg’s “Peer Gynt” suite is 
knocked-out with an original-sound- 
ing, Latin-styled arrangement by the 
musicians. Hollywood-based label, cur- 
rently making noise with Vince (Ben 
Casey) Edwards’ “Why Did You 
Leave Me,” could have something 
here. 


(B) 


“BEAT” (2:00) [Mamaleen 
BMI — Hazan] Percussion 
work highlights this kinetic rocker. 


JACKIE DE SHANNON 
(Liberty 5584) 


(B+) 


“JUST LIKE IN THE 
MOVIES” (2:25) [Metric 
BMI — Sheeley, de Shannon] Jackie de 
Shannon renders a tender waltz- 
shuffler with enough sincerity and 
style to quickly zoom up the hitsville 
path. Wax could skyrocket. 


(B) “GUESS WHO” (2:24) 
[Michele BMI — Belvin] On 
this end the thrush reads a potent 
rendition of the slow-shuffler which 
the late Jesse Belvin hit with. Eye it. 


THE RAMRODS (Amy 846) 

(B-b) “WAR CRY” (2:11) [Aim 
BMI — Litke] The Ramrods, 
who have had a number of clicks in 
the past, could zoom up the charts 
with this effective, hard-driving in- 
strumental affair. 'The tune has some 
expressive shouts and top-drawer ex- 
tended drum rolls. Merits a real close 
look. 


(B) 


“BOING” (2:25) [Aim BMI— 
Litke] Slow-moving jazz- 
flavored blues item which aptly show- 
cases the group’s pro musical talents. 


THE ULTRA-TONES (Cary 2001) THE STRANGERS (Liberty 55481) 


(B) 


“LOCOMOTION” [Musonic 
BMI— Thompson] Sax leads 
the way in this good rock romp. Tune 
is not the current Little Eva (Di- 
mension) click, “Loco-Motion.” 


(C-b) “SISTER OF THE GIRL I 
ONCE LOVED” [Musonic 
BMI — Ward, Weston] Andy Weston 
sings in this rock-a-cha session. 


(B) 


EARL GAINES (Excello 2217) 


(B) 


“IT’S LOVE BABY (24 
HOURS A DAY)” (2:07) 
[Excellorec BMI — Jarrett] Earl 
Gaines reads a potent, hard-driving 
shuffle-beat r&b lament with enough 
style and poise to grab some fast 
spins. Watch it. 


(B) 


“PLEASE LOVE ME” (2:30) 
[Excellorec BMI — King, 
Tubb] 'This time out the chanter de- 
livers an extremely appealing up- 
tempo rockin’ item in the tradition- 
oriented blues vein. 


CALLY DODD (Mercury 72005) 
(B-b) “MAN” (2:43) [Morris AS- 


CAP — Dodds] Lark’s debut 
disking for Mercury is an off-beat 
biueser on a catchy ditty about a gal 
who can’t quite believe that her guy 
is leaving after she helped him when 
he was down-and-out. Bears eyeing. 


(B) “YOU’VE DISCOVERED 
LOVE” (2:19) [Edwin H. 
Morris ASCAP — Dodds] Snappy teen- 
beat session. 


BILLY CARTER (Delta 502) 

(B) “LA GOLONDRINA” (2:01) 


[Big Bopper BMI — Arr. Car- 
ter, Clement] Guitar and sax top this 
pleasing rock-inclined combo reading 
of the lovely P.D. Sound merits air- 
time exposure. 


(B) 


“PLASTER OF PARIS” 
(1:36) [Big Bopper BMI — 
Bernard] Combo shows-off its sock 
style to good teen-market advantage. 


THE SHONDELLS (King 5656) 


(B-b) “I GOTTA TELL IT” (2:30) 
[0-Cal BMI — Otis, Peace] 
Gal’s got a love and she wants the 
world to know about him in this high- 
ly good-natured R&B-styled sock date 
by the gals. Contagious cut. 


(B) “WONDERFUL ONE” (2:30) 
[Garpax - Briarcliff BMI — 
Simms] Gals have got a fine ballad- 
beat blend here. 


THE UPSETTERS (Little Star 118) 

(B) “LET’S GET A THING 
GOING” (2:08) [Hidle BMI 
— Barnum] Happy, twist-styled 

biueser from the musicians. Showing 
has the sound that rates with dance- 
minded teeners. It’s also good rock 
listening. 


(B) “’TATER MACHINE” (2:32) 
[Hidle BMI — The Upsetters] 
More bright-beat blues doings for cer- 
tain teen acceptance. 


(B-b) “TOY SOLDIER” (2:15) 
[Salma BMI — Velline] Atten- 
tion-getting tune is done with a strik- 
ing, Spanish-flavored sound by the 
guitar-led instrumental team. Type 
of teen-geared product that could get 
somewhere with sufficient plays. 


(B) 


“LOCO” (2:11) [Salma BMI 
— Velline] A Latinish sound 
that also has a distinctive air. 


PAUL CHANDLER (Rendezvous 177) 

(B) “KEWPIE DOLL” (2:12) 
[Calaban & Briarcliff BMI — 
Shrager, Shrager, Chorney] Guy con- 
siders his gal a cute kewpie doll in 
this genial upbeat lovey-dovey for the 
kids. Femme voice is a happy back- 
drop gimmick. 


“MISTER DREAM” (2:17) 
[Calaban & Briarcliff BMI — 
Chandler] Soft-spoken affectionate 
rock stint. 


LUKE “LONG GONE” MILES 
(Smash 1755) 

(B-b) “LONG GONE” (2:57) [Bla- 
cron & MRC BMI — Miles] 
Blues artist heads an infectious, most- 
ly R&B-market stand. His backing 
includes a funky harmonica through- 
out. Could collect lots of R&B coin. 


(B) 


“WAR TIME BLUES” (2:50) 
[MRC BMI — Miles] Down- 
home biueser about a fella who’d like 
to be told he’s too old to go to war. 


LIONEL TORRENCE (Excello 2218) 


(B-b) “SAKA” (2:03) [Excellorec 
BMI — West, Prevost] This is 
a good-sounding Middle East-flavored 
instrumental biueser. Top solo work 
is done by a hot sax. Interesting 
bright-beat attack. 


(B) 


“FLIM FLAM” (2:18) [Ex- 
cellorec BMI — West Prevost] 
Bouncy blues stuff that’s got plenty 
of sound value. 


SANDY SINGER (Arco 4630) 

(B) “OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.” 


(2:07) [Zing BMI — Hines] j 
Guy marries a pretty Cherokee in 
Oklahoma City, Okla. in this colorful, 
rockin’ tom-tom statement. 


(B) “A LITTLE BIT EARLY” 
(2:07) [Musonic BMI — Hor- 
ner, Hall] More lively doings for the 
teen-trade. 


DANNY WILLIAMS 
(United Artists 480) 


(B-b) “THE MIRACLE OF YOU” 
(2:48) [Picadilly BMI — Or- 
nadel. West] A fine legit ballad dis- 
play of a strong romantic by the 
English songster, who has a Johnny 
Mathis-like vocal look here. Attractive 
full ork-accompaniment. Deck can 
make important deejay rounds. 


(B) 


“SOMETHING GOTTA 
GIVE” (2:25) [Robbins AS- 
CAP — Mercer] Jocks will also take to 
the slick swingin’ here on the worthy 
oldie. 


EDDIE OCEANS (Decanter 711) 

(B) “SWING LOW” (2:05) [Sy- 
osset ASCAP — Arr. Signo- 
relli] Warbler delivers somewhat in 
the swing manner of Bobby Darin. 
Lively combo-chorus setting will 
please the twist crowd. Jocks may be 
spinning this portion. Label is based in 
Lynbrook, L. 1. ^ 

(C-b)— “KENTUCKY BABE” (2:10) 
[Syosset ASCAP — Arr. Signo- 
relli] Straight twist rockin’ on the 
ancient. 


LORRY RAINE (Mayfiower 24) 


(B-b) “EVENTIDE” (2:42) [Volk- 
wein Bros. ASCAP — Gayle, 
Besse] Very good-music stand by the 
songstress, -who appealing handles the 
pretty plaintive. Backing her is a lush 
South Seas-sounding ork backdrop. 
Deejays have a fine legit ballad side 
here. 


(B) 


“ESCAPE” (2:27) [Volkwein 
Bros. ASCAP — Kohlman] Pro 
performance on a less inviting opus. 




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ALABAMA 

WVOK, Birmingham 
WYDE, Birmingham 

ARIZONA 

KBUZ, Phoenix 
KEPI, Phoenix 
KNIX, Phoenix 
KOY, Phoenix 
KPHO, Phoenix 
KTAR, Phoenix 
KUEQ, Phoenix 
KUPD, Phoenix 
KXIV, Phoenix 
KYND, Phoenix 
KSWC, Tucson 
KTAN, Tucson 

ARKANSAS 

KFPW, Fort Smith 
KTCS, Fort Smith 
KWHN, Fort Smith 
KAAB, Hot Springs 
KAJI, Little Rock 
KLRA, Little Rock 
KTHS, Little Rock 
KXLR, Little Rock 

CALIFORNIA 

KAFY. Bakersfield 
KWAC, Bakersfield 
KPEN, Berkeley 
KPFA, Berkeley 
KPAY, Chico 
KDAN, Eureka 
KRED, Eureka 
KARM, Fresno 
KFRE, Fresno 
KMAK, Fresno 
KMJ, Fresno 
KYNO, Fresno 
KPER, Gilroy 
KLAN, Hanford 
KNGS, Hanford 
KRKC, King City 
KFI, Los Angeles 
KFWB, Los Angeles 
KGBS, Los Angeles 
KHJ, Los Angeles 
KLAC, Los Angeles 
KM PC, Los Angeles 
KNX, Los Angeles 
KPOL, Los Angeles 


KRHM, Los Angeles 
KRKD, Los Angeles 
KRLA, Los Angeles 
KHOT, Madera 
KWIP, Merced 
KYOS, Merced 
KBEE, Modesto 
KFIV, Modesto 
KTRB, Modesto 
KIDD, Monterey 
KM BY, Monterey 
KABL, Oakland 
KEWB, Oakland 
KUDE, Oceanside 
KACY, Oxnard 
KKIS, Pittsburg 
KRDG, Redding 
KVCV, Redding 
KCRA, Sacramento 
KFBK, Sacramento 
KGMS, Sacramento 
KHIQ, Sacramento 
KRAK, Sacramento 
KROY, Sacramento 
KXOA, Sacramento 
KFXM, San Bernardino 
KMEN, San Bernardino 
KCBQ, San Diego 
KDEO, San Diego 
KFMB, San Diego 
KOGO, San Diego 
KCBS, San Francisco 
KFRC, San Francisco 
KGO, San Francisco 
KKHI, San Francisco 
KNBC, San Francisco 
KPIX, San Francisco 
KSFO, San Francisco 
KYA, San Francisco 
KLIV, San Jose 
KNTV, San Jose 
KSLY, San Luis Obispo 
KJAX, Santa Rosa 
KSRO, Santa Rosa 
KJOY, Stockton 
KSTN, Stockton 
KVEN, Ventura 
KONG, Visalia 
KOMY, Watsonville 

COLORADO 
KDEN, Denver 
KFML, Denver 
KGMC, Denver 


KHOW, Denver 
KIMN, Denver 
KLZ, Denver 
KMOR, Denver 
KOA, Denver 
KOSI, Denver 
KTLN, Denver 

CONNECTICUT 

WADS, Ansonia 
WICC, Bridgeport 
WJZZ, Bridgeport 
WNAB, Bridgeport 
WBIC, Bristol 
WL^D, Danbury 
WDEE, Hamden 
WELL Hamden 
WCCC, Hartford 
WDRC, Hartford 
WPOP, Hartford 
WINF, Manchester 
WMMW, Meriden 
WCNX, Middletown 
WOVYW, Naugatuck 
WRYM, New Britairi 
WAVZ, New Haven 
WNHC, New Haven 
WHNB, Newington 
WNLC, New London 
WNLK, Norwalk 
WICH, Norwich 
WSTC, Stamford 
WBZY, Torrington 
WTOR, Torrington 
WATR, Waterbury 
WBRY, Waterbury 
WWCO, Waterbury 
WMMM, Westport 
WILL Williamantic 
WSOR, Windsor 

DELAWARE 

WDEL, Wilmington 
WILM, Wilmington 

FLORIDA 

WDVH, Gainesville 
WAPE, Jacksonville 
WMBR, Jacksonville 
WPDQ, Jacksonville 
WAME, Miami 
WCKR, Miami 
WFUN, Miami 
WQAM, Miami 
WKAT, Miami Beach 
WTMC, Ocala. 


WKIS, Orlando 
WHOO, Orlando 
WHOO/FM, Orlando 
WLOF, Orlando 

GEORGIA 

WAKE, Atlanta 
WIIN, Atlanta 
WPLO, Atlanta 
WQXI, Atlanta 
WSB, Atlanta 
WFON, Marietta 
WSMA, Smyrna 

HAWAII 

KGU, Honolulu 
KNDI, Honolulu 
KORL, Honolulu 
KPOL Honolulu 
KULA, Honolulu 
KLEI, Kailua 

ILLINOIS 
WBBY, Alton 
WKKD, Aurora 
WIBV, Belleville 
WJBC, Bloomington 
WBYS, Canton 
WCAZ, Carthage 
WDWS, Champaign 
WPGU, Champaign 
WAAF, Chicago 
WAIT, Chicago 
WCFL, Chicago 
WDHF, Chicago 
WEBH, Chicago 
WEDC, Chicago 
WENR, Chicago 
WFMF, Chicago 
WFMQ, Chicago 
WGES, Chicago 
WGN, Chicago 
WIND, Chicago 
WJJD, Chicago 
WKFM, Chicago 
WDAN, Danville 
WITY, Danville 
WSOY, Decatur 
WRMN, Elgin 
WEAW, Evanston 
WNUR, Evanston 
WAIK, Galesburg 
WGIL, Galesburg 
WBEE, Harvey 
WJOL, Joliet 
WKAN, Kankakee 


WTAQ, La Grange 
WLPO, La Salle 
WAKO, Lawrenceville 
WPRC, Lincoln 
WKAI, Macomb 
WQUA, Moline 
WRAM, Monmouth 
WOPA, Oak Park 
WSIV, Pekin 
WIRL, Peoria 
WPEO, Peoria 
WGEM, Quincy 
WTAD, Quincy 
WJRL, Rockford 
WRRR, Rockford 
WHBF, Rock Island 
WCVS, Springfield 
WMAY, Springfield 
WTAX, Springfield 
WBGS, St. Charles 
WIZZ, Streator 
WKID, Urbana 

INDIANA 

WHBU, Anderson 
WCSI, Columbus 
WGBF, Evansville 
WJF^, Evansville 
WROZ, Evansville 
WGL, Fort Wayne 
WKJG, Fort Wayne 
WOWO, Fort Wayne 
WWCA, Gary 
WJOB, Hammond 
WFBM, Indianapolis 
WFMS, Indianapolis 
WGEE, Indianapolis 
WIRE, Indianapolis 
WISH, Indianapolis 
WXLW, Indianapolis 
WXVW, Jeffersonville 
WlOU, Kokomo 
WASK, Lafayette 
WIMS, Michigan City 
WKLC, New Albany 
WOCH, North Vernon 
WJCD, Seymour ' 
WNDU, South Bend 
WKLC, St. Albans 
WTHI, Terre Haute 
WAOV, Vincennes 

IOWA 

KASI, Ames 
WOI, Ames 


KBUR, Burlington 
KCFI, Cedar Falls 
KCRG, Cedar Rapids 
KHAK, Cedar Rapids 
KLWW, Cedar Rapids 
WMT, Cedar Rapids 
KCHA, Charles City 
KCLN, Clinton 
KROS, Clinton 
KSWI, Council Bluffs 
KSTT, Davenport 
KWNT, Davenport 
woe, Davenport 
KlOA, Des Moines 
KRNT, Des Moines 
KSO, Des Moines 
WHO, Des Moines 
KDTH, Dubuque 
WDBQ, Dubuque 
KWMT, Fort Dodge 
KXGI, Fort Madison 
KXIC, Iowa City 
WSUI, Iowa City 
KOKX, Keokuk 
KFJB, Marshalltown 
KGLO, Mason City 
KRIB, Mason City 
KSMN, Mason City 
KWPC, Muscatine 
KBOE, Oskaloosa 
KBIZ, Ottumwa 
KLEE, Ottumwa 
KMA, Shenandoah 
KM NS, Sioux City 
KTRI, Sioux City 
KWWL, Waterloo 
KXEL, Waterloo 
KOEL, Oelwein 

KANSAS 

KTOP, Topeka 
KAKE, Wichita 
KFH, Wichita 

KENTUCKY 

WAKY, Louisville 
WAVE, Louisville 
WHAI, Louisville 
WKLO, Louisville 
WOMI, Owensboro 
WVJS, Owensboro 

LOUISIANA 

KNOE, Monroe 
WIBR, Baton Rouge 
WJBO, Baton Rouge 


WDSU, New Orleans 
WJBW, New Orleans 
WSMB, New Orleans 
WWL, New Orleans 
WWOM, New Orleans 

MAINE 

WABI, Bangor 
WGAN, Portland 
WJAB, Portland 
WLOB, Portland 
WPOR, Portland 

MARYLAND 

WAYE, Baltimore 
WBAL, Baltimore 
WCAO, Baltimore 
WCBM, Baltimore 
WFBR, Baltimore 
WITH, Baltimore 
WJZ-TV, Baltimore 
WWIN, Baltimore 
WINX, Rockville 
WDON, Wheaton 

MASSACHUSETTS 
WBOS, Boston 
WCOP, Boston 
WEEI, Boston 
WEZE, Boston 
WHDH, Boston 
WHIL, Boston 
WMEX, Boston 
WNAC, Boston 
WORL, Boston 
WTAO, Boston 
WBET, Brockton 
WOKW, Brockton 
WACE, Chicopee 
WTYM, East Longmeadow 
WKOX, Framingham 
WHAI, Greenfield 
WREB, Holyoke 
WLYN, Lynn 
WHMP, Northampton 
WBEC, Pittsfield 
WBRK, Pittsfield 
WHYN, Springfield 
WMAS, Springfield 
WSPR, Springfield 
WTXL, Springfield 
WDEW, Westfield 
WAAB, Worcester 
WNEB, Worcester 
WORC, Worcester 
WTAG, Worcester 


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mi HACKEn • HERMKM WM-D - RAUL FORD 

RAYHOHDORF MORTON DaCOSTA 


ICHIGAN 

KJSK, Columbus 

WPAG, Ann Arbor 

KHUB, Fremont 

WKMH, Dearborn 

KRGI, Grand Island 

CKLW, Detroit 

KMMJ, Grand Island 

WCAR, Detroit 

KHAS, Hastings 

WJR, Detroit 

KUVR, Holdrege 

WQTE, Detroit 

KRNY, Kearney 

VWJ. Detroit 

KRVN, Lexington 

WXYZ, Detroit 

KFOR, Lincoln 

WTAC, Flint 

KLIN, Lincoln 

WTRX, Flint 

KLMS, Lincoln 

WMAX, Grand Rapids 

KBRL, McCook 

WIBM, Jackson 

KNCY, Nebraska City 

WKMI, Kalamazoo 

WJAG, Norfolk 

WILS, Lansing 

KODY, North Platte 

WMRT, Lansing 

KBON, Omaha 

WBRB, Mt. Clemens 

KFAB, Omaha 

WPON, Pontiac 

KMEO, Omaha 

WEXL, Royal Oak 

KOIL, Omaha 

WKNX, Saginaw 

WOW, Omaha 


MINNESOTA 

WLOL, Minneapolis 
WPBC, Minneapolis 
WTCN, Minneapolis 
KUXL, Minneapolis 
KWFM, Minneapolis 
WJON, St. Cloud 

MISSISSIPPI 

WMOX, Meridian 

MISSOURI 

KHMO, Hannibal 
KCMO, Kansas City 
WDAF, Kansas City 
WMBC, Kansas City 
KADI. St. Louis 
KADY, St. Louis 
KCFM, St. Louis 
KMOX, St. Louis 
KSD, St. Louis 
KWK. St. Louis 
WEW, St. Louis 
WIL, St. Louis 
MONTANA 
KBMY, Billings 
KGHL, Billings 
KOOK, Billings 
KOYN, Billings 
KMON, Great Falls 
KUDI, Great Falls 
KYSS, Missoula 
NEBRASKA 
KWBE, Beatrice 


NEVADA 

KPTL, Carson City 
KATO, Reno 
KOH, Reno 
KOLO, Reno 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

WKBK, Keene 
WKNE, Keene 
WFEA, Manchester 
WKBR, Manchester 

NEW JERSEY 

WFPG, Atlantic City 
WMID. Atlantic City 
WKDN, Camden 
WVNJ, Livingston 
WJRZ, Newark 
WPAT, Paterson 

NEW MEXICO 

KRAK, Alamogordo 
KGGM, Albuquerque 
KOB, Albuquerque 
KQEO, Albuquerque 
KCLV, Clovis 
KGRT, Las Cruces 
KBIM, Roswell 

NEW YORK 

WOKO. Albany 
WAUB, Auburn 
WBAB, Babylon 
WGLI, Babylon 
WBIC, Bayshore 


WKOP, Binghamton 
WBEN, Buffalo 
WEBR. Buffalo 
WGR, Buffalo 
WKBW, Buffalo 
WNIA, Buffalo 
WUFO, Buffalo 
WCBA, Corning 
WFLR, Dundee 
WDOE, Dunkirk 
WELM, Elmira 
WENY. Elmira 
WEHH, Elmira Heights 
WBUZ, Freaonia 
WGBB, Freeport 
WTFM, Fresh Meadows 
WOSC, Fulton 
WFYl, Garden City 
WLIR, Garden City 
WGVA, Geneva 
WHLI, Hempstead 
WALY, Herkimer 
WWHG, Hornell 
WHCU, Ithaca 
WBAZ, Kingston 
WLFH, Little Falls 
WUSJ, Lockport 
WBRV, Lowville 
WICY, Malone 
WSTS, Massena 
WACK, Newark 
WABC, New York City 
WCBS, New York City 
WINS, New York City 
WMCA, New York City 
WNCN, New York City 
WNYC, New York City 
WOR, New York City 
WQXR.New York City 
WRUL, New York City 
WJJL, Niagara Falls 
WCHN, Norwich 
WMCR, Oneida 
WDOS, Oneonta 
WALK, Patchogue 
WLNA, Peekskill 
WPDM, Potsdam 
WREM, Remsen 
WRIV, Riverhead 
WBBF, Rochester 
WHAM, Rochester 
WHEC, Rochester 
WROC, Rochester 


WSAY, Rochester 
WRNY, Rome 
WGFM, Schenectady! 
WGY, Schenectady 
WSNY, Schenectady 
WFBL, Syracuse 
WHEN, Syracuse 
WNDR, Syracuse 
WONO, Syracuse 
WSYR, Syracuse 
WTRY, Troy 
WIBX, Utica 
WRUN, Utica 
WTLB, Utica 
WWNY, Watertown 
WOTT, Watertown 
WRFM, Woodside 
NORTH CAROLINA 
WBT, Charlotte 
WIST, Charlotte 
WSSB, Durham 
WFNC, Fayetteville 
WKIX, Raleigh 
WRAL, Raleigh 
WTOB, Winston-Salem 
NORTH DAKOTA 
KDIX, Dickinson 
KUTT, Fargo 
KILO, Grand Forks 
KEYJ, Jamestown 
KLPM, Minot 
WDAY, Fargo 
OHIO 

WAKR, Akron 
WCUE, Akron 
WHLO, Akron 
WNCO, Ashland 
WCKY, Cincinnati 
WCPO, Cincinnati 
WKRC, Cincinnati 
WLW, Cincinnati 
WNOP, Cincinnati 
WZIP, Cincinnati 
KYW, Cleveland 
WDOK, Cleveland 
WERE, Cleveland 
WGAR, Cleveland 
WHK, Cleveland 
WHOP, Cleveland 
WJW, Cleveland 
WCOL, Columbus 


WMNI, Columbus 
WTVN, Columbus 
WVKO, Columbus 
WTNS, Coshocton 
WAVI, Dayton 
WHIO, Dayton 
WING, Dayton 
WONE, Dayton 
WJER, Dover 
WFIN, Findlay 
WFOB, Fostoria 
WFRO, Fremont 
WIMA, Lima 
WWIZ, Lorain 
WMAN, Mansfield 
WSPD, Toledo 
WHHH, Warren 
WWST, Wooster 
WBBW, Youngstown 
"IL WHOT, Youngstown 
WKBN, Youngstown 

OKLAHOMA 
KADA, Ada 
KWHW, Altus 
KALV, Alva 
KVSO, Ardmore 
KWON, Bartlesville 
KLTR, Blackwell 
KWCO, Chickasha 
KWOE, Clinton 
KGGF, Coffeyville 
KUSH, Cushing 
KRHD, Duncan 
KWHP, Edmond 
KCRC, Enid 
KTAT, Frederick 
KWRW, Guthrie 
KHEN, Henryetta 
KCCO, Lawton 
KSWO, Lawton 
KTMC, McAlester 
KBIX, Muskogee 
KMUS, Muskogee 
WNAD, Norman 
KEFM, Oklahoma City 
KFNB, Oklahoma City 
KlOO, Oklahoma City 
KJEM, Oklahoma City 
KLPR, Oklahoma City 
KOMA, Oklahoma City 
WKY, Oklahoma City 
KVLH, Pauls Valley 
i KLCO, Poteau 
KOLS, Pryor 
KGFF, Shawnee 
KOSU, Stillwater 
KSPI, Stillwater 
KVRO, Stillwater 
KAKC, Tulsa 
KELI, Tulsa 
KGGF, Tulsa 
KOGM, Tulsa 
KOCW, Tulsa 
KOME, Tulsa 
KRMG, Tulsa 
KVOO, Tulsa 
KWSH, Wewoka 
KSIW, Woodward 
OREGON 

KGON, Portland 
KGW, Portland 
KLIQ, Portland 
KPOJ, Portland 
KWJJ, Portland 
KXL, Portland 
PENNSYLVANIA 
WKAP, Allentown 
WCOJ, Coatesville 
WHP, Harrisburg 
KGAL, Lancaster 
WLAN, Lancaster 
WCAU, Philadelphia 
WFIL, Philadelphia 
WIBG, Philadelphia 
WIP, Philadelphia 
WJMJ, Philadelphia 
WPEN, Philadelphia 
WJAS, Pittsburgh 
KQV, Pittsburgh 
WRYT, Pittsburgh 
WYRE, Pittsburgh 
WEEU, Reading 
WHUM, Reading 
WSCR, Scranton 
WBRE, Wilkes-Barre 
WILK, Wilkes-Barre 
WORK. York 
RHODE ISLAND 
WICE, Providence 
WJAR, Providence 
WLKW, Providence 
WPRO, Providence 
SOUTH CAROLINA 
WCOS, Columbia 
WIS, Columbia 
WFBC, Greenville 


SOUTH DAKOTA 
KABR, Aberdeen- 
KEZU, Rapid City 
KOTA, Rapid City 

KISD, Sioux Falls 

KSOO, Sioux Falls 
KWAT, Watertown 

TENNESSEE 
WHER, Memphis 
WLAC, Nashville 
WMAK, Nashville 
WSIX, Nashville 
KSUD, West Memphis 
WHHM, West Memphis 
WREC, West Memphis 

TEXAS 

KlXZ, Amarillo 
KAYC, Beaumont 
KBOX, Dallas 
KVIL, Dallas 
KELP, El Paso 
KROD, El Paso 
KTSM, El Paso 
KXOL, Fort Worth 
KNUZ, Houston 
KPRC, Houston 
KSEL, Lubbock 
KCRS, Midland 
KECK, Odessa 
KOSA, Odessa 
WOAI, San Antonio 

UTAH 

KALL, Salt Lake City. 
KCPX, Salt Lake City 
KLUB, Salt Lake City 
KMUR, Salt Lake City 
KNAK, Salt Lake City 
KSL, Salt Lake City 

KSOP, Salt Lake City 
KSXX, Salt Lake City 

VIRGINIA 

WGH, Newport News 
WTID, Newport News 
WHIH, Norfolk 
WNOR, Norfolk 
WTZR, Norfolk 
WAVY, Portsmouth 
WEET, Richmond 
WLEE, Richmond 
WMBG, Richmond 
WRNL, Richmond 
WRVA, Richmond 

WASHINGTON 
KING, Seattle 

KIRO, Seattle 
KJR, Seattle 
KVI, Seattle 

WASHINGTON, D.C. 

WASH 

WGMS 

WMAL 

WOL 

WPGC 

WRC 

WTOP 

WWDC 

WISCONSIN 
WAPL, Appleton 
WHBY, Appleton 
WBEL, Beloit 
WGEZ, Beloit 
KFIZ, Fond Du Lac 
WBAY, Green Bay 
WDUZ, Green Bay 
WJPG, Green Bay 
WCLO, Janesville 
WLIP, Kenosha 
WKBH, La Croste 
WKTY, La Crosse 
WLCX, La Crosse 
WIBA, Madison 
WISM, Madison 
WKOW, Madison 
WCUB, Manitowoc 
WDLB, Marshfield 
WBON, Milwaukee 
WEMP, Milwaukee 
WFOX, Milwaukee 
WMIL, Milwaukee 
WOKY, Milwaukee 
WRIT, Milwaukee 
WTMJ, Milwaukee 
WNAM, Neenah 
WIBU, Poynette 
WRAC, Racine 
WRCO, Richland Center 
WCWC, Ripon 
WHBL, Sheboygan 
WSPT, Stevens Point 
WTTN, Watertown 
WDUX, Waupaca 
WRIG, Wausaw 


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DEVIL 

WOMAN 


Marty Robbins 

GOODNIGHT 

IRENE 

Jerry Reed 

WILLY THE 
WEEPER 

Billy Walker 


C EFIO^ 

LOVE ME AS 
I LOVE YOU 

George Maharis 

I’M CLIMBIN’ 
(THE WALL) 

Adam Wade 



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RADIO ACTIVE 
CHART 



A survey of key radio stations in all important markets throughout the country fo determine by percentage of those 
reporting which releases are being added to station play lists this week for the first time and also the degree of con- 
centration combining previous reports. Percentage figures on left indicate how many of the stations reporting this 
week have added the following titles to their play list for the first time. Percentage figures on right include total 
from left plus the percentage title received in prior week or weeks. (SURVEY COMPLETED TO JULY 18TH) 


% OF STATIONS 
ADDING TITLES TO 
PROG. SCHED. 
THIS WEEK 

title artist label 

TOTAL % OF 
STATIONS TO HAVE 
ADDED TITLES TO 
PROG. SCHED. 

TO DATE 

48% 

Vacation — Connie Francis — MGM 

48 % 

37% 

You Don’t Know Me — Ray Charles — ABC Par. 

37 % 

35% 

Point Of No Return — Gene McDaniels — Liberty 

35 % 

28% 

Devil Woman — Marty Robbins — Columbia 

28 % 

26% 

Oh What It Seemed To Be— •Castells— Era 

45 % 

25% 

Shiela — Tommy Roe — ABC Par. 

62 % 

21 % 

Mr. Songwriter — Connie Stevens— —Warner Bros. 

37 % 

14% 

Party Lights — Claudine Clark — Chancellor 

67 % 

14% 

Life’s Too Short — Lafayettes — RCA Victor 

14 % 

13% 

Love Me As 1 Love You — George Maharis— Epic 

48 % 

12% 

Alley Cat — Bent Fabric — Atco 

12 % 

12% 

Forgive Me — *Babs Tino — Kapp 

12 % 

12% 

All Night Long — Sandy Nelson— Imperial 

12 % 

10% 

Call Me Mr. In-Between — Burl Ives — Decca 

30 % 

10% 

The Cure — Smitty Williams— MGM 

18 % 

10% 

Too Bad — Ben E. King— —Atco 

10 % 

10% 

What’s A Matter Baby — Timi Yuro— Liberty 

75 % 

10% 

You Belong To Me— —Duprees — Coed 

44 % 

10% 

Silver Threads & Golden Needles — Springfields — Philips 

43 % 

10% 

Lolita Ya Ya— Ventures — Dolton 

27 % 

10% 

Make It Easy On Yourself— —Jerry Butler — VeeJay 

30 % 

10% 

Swingin’ Safari— Billy Vaughn — Dot 

49 % 

10% 

Too Late To Worry — Glenn Campbell — Capitol 

55 % 

10% 

Theme From A Summer Place — Dick Roman— Harmon 

32 % 

10% 

So What— Bill Black — Hi 

10 % 

10% 

Rinky Dink— —Dave ‘Baby’ Cortez — Julia 

32 % 

10% 

Sweet Georgia Brown — Carroll Bros. — Cameo 

16 % 

10% 

Ramblin’ Rose — Nat ‘King’ Cole— Capitol 

10 % 

10% 

1 Want To Thank Your Folks — Johnny Burnette— Chancellor 

10 % 

10% 

Your Nose Is Gonna Grow— Johnny Crawford — Del-Fi 

10 % 

10% 

Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow — Rivingtons — Liberty 

16 % 

10% 

Beachwood 4-5789— -Marvelettes-Tamla 

10 % 

10% 

A Wonderful Dream — Majors — Imperial 

10 % 

10% 

Worried Mind — Ray Anthony — Capitol 

18 % 

10% 

Houdini— Walter Brennan — Liberty 

10 % 

10% 

Three Fools— -Patti Page — Mercury 

10 % 

10% 

So Wrong — Patsy Cline — Decca 

17 % 


LESS THAN 10% BUT MORE THAN 5% 



TOTAL % 
TO DATE 


TOTAL % 
TO DATE 


TOTAL % 
TO DATE 

Cry 

Paul Anka (ABC Para.) 

8% 

Ballad Of Paladin 

Duane Eddy (RCA Victor) 


66% 

La Bomba 

The Tokens (RCA Victor) 

39% 

Bird Man 

Highwaymen (United Artists) 

60% 

Biggest Sin Of All 

Connie Francis (MGM) 

Heovenly Love 

Ikettes (Atco) 


7% 

7% 

The Boy's Night Out 

Patti Poge (Mercury) 

13% 

Goodnight Irene 

Jerry Reed (Columbia) 

34% 

Remember Me 

Gord Lightfoot (ABC Para.) 


6% 

Four O'clock 

Donna Lee-Anne (Dore) 

5% 





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g EDITION OF CASH BOX IS COMING 

SOON .... DON’T FORGET TO INCLUDE 

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RAMBLINGS 


NEW YORK: 

Decca’s Len Salidor and Marty Hoff- 
man squiring Brenda Lee 'round dee- 
jay town here — while plugging her 
current doubleheader, “It Started All 
Over Again” and “Heart In Hand.” 
. . , United Pressing’s Bob Rosen ex- 
citedly buzzin’ that Juggy Murray 
has called all his employees back from 
vacation to help fill the orders on 
Baby Washington’s “Memories Of 
You” and Elmore Morris’ “It Seemed 
Like Heaven To Me” ( Cracker jax). 
. . . From Bob Kornheiser comes the 
Atco-word that from indications 
Bobby Darin’s “Things” and Mr. 
Acker Bilk’s “Above The Stars” are 
headed for the #1 slot. Other sides on 
the move are April Stevens & Nino 
'Tempo’s “Sweet & Lovely,” Bent Fab- 
ric’s “Alley Cat” and Booker T & 
the MG’s “Green Onions” (Stax). . . . 
Irwin Zucker items from the coast 
that Kip Walton has a winner in 
“Happiness Is A Thing Called Joe” (on 
Glad-Hamp). . . . Mace Barrett, cur- 
rently touring with “The Sound Of 
Music” road co., bows this week on 
the Charlie Parker label with re- 
vivals of “Jealous” and “Little Girl.” 
. . . George Pincus notes that the 
Hi-Lo’s “A Taste Of Honey” (Re- 
prise) belongs to Songfest ASCAP 
and that Beverly White’s “I’ll Walk 
The Rest Of The Way” (Philips) be- 
longs to Gil BMI. 

Colpix’ Stu Philips back from the 
coast where he A&R’d several sessions 
— including a new Shelley Fabares LP 
date. . . . Around town with the promo 
men: Ben Arrigo items that Sal Sal- 
vador was set for the 7/28 Stoney- 
brook, L. I. music fest and that Ber- 
nadette’s Beach outing, “The Slosh,” 
is attracting heavy met airplay. The 
Morse-Gurtman office adds that the 
lark’s currently reading movie scripts. 


. . . Portem’s Jerry Ross reports ac- 
tion on George Maharis “Love Me As 
I Love You” and Tony Orlando’s “At 
The Edge Of Tears” (both Epic) and 
King Curtis’ “Wobble Twist” (En- 
joy). . . . With Mercury’s Carl Deane 
it’s Dinah Washington’s “Am I Blue” 
— “I Wanna Be Loved” (Famous is 
the correct pubbery) duo and Damita 
Jo’s “Tennessee Waltz.” . . . With 
Warner Bros. Marvin Deane it’s Cathy 
Carroll’s “Poor Little Puppet,” Con- 
nie Stevens’ “Mr. Songwriter” and 
Jerry Wallace’s “You’ll Never Know” 
(Challenge). . . . Mike Becce’s new 
promo number is JU-6-2674. . . . 
Shocked to hear about the sudden 
passing of Jim Gribble. 

Joy execs expecting big things to 
happen with Pfc. Craig Brown’s debut, 
“Away — I’m Bound Away” on the 
Select subsid. Craig was judged the 
best singer-guitar player in the final 
elimination of a U.S. bases personnel 
talent contest recently held at Ft. Jay. 
. . . Henry Okun pens that Rio artist 
Jack La Forge’s latest release, “Blue 
Moon” and “My Foolish Heart,” is 
attracting heavy spinnage in the 
west, mid-west and Florida areas, 
Hugo Montenegro A&R’d the session. 
. . . Enzo Stuarti headlines at the 
Town & Country Club, Winnipeg, 
9/10-22. 

Swan’s A&R head Frank Slay cov- 
ering a host of major European cities 
in behalf of the diskery and his own 
pubbery, Conley, which he heads up 
along with Bob Crewe. While there 
he’ll be setting up new releasing 
agents for the diskery and foreign 
affiliates for the pubberies. . . . Lau- 
reen Campbell items that Kramer- 
Whitney, Inc. (Alex & Joan) are 
thrilled with the reception to Ginny 
Gibson’s “That’s How Love Comes” 
(Charles) by Dick Charles and Bobby 
Wilde, who’s out with “Summer 
School” on their Southside label. . . . 


Paul Denis on a 2-month national 
trek-winding up in Hollywood — on 
music and movie mag assignments. 
. . . Sue Sandler, co-cleffer of Little 
Willie John’s “Until Again My Love” 
and “I Wish I Could Cry,” excited 
with all the action on the artist’s 2 
King releases. 

Cameo smash-maker Bobby Rydell, 
currently hot with “I’ll Never Dance 
Again,” has been signed to 3 guest 
p.a.’s next fall on Red Skelton’s TV’er. 
Bobby’s currently filming “Bye Bye 
Birdie” in Hollywood — playing the 
role of Hugo. . . . We hear from Chuck 
Harris, mgr. of Daytime Network 
Television at ABC, types that his 
songwriting hobby is starting to real- 
ly pay off. Chuck’s the cleffer of 
Freddy Cannon’s “Palisades Park” 
(Swan) and Eddie Rambeau’s new 
noise-maker, “Summertime Guy” (also 
Swan). . . . Kip Walton notes from 
the coast that he’s getting good L.A. 
reaction to his waxing of “Happiness 
Is Just A Thing Called Joe” on Lionel 
Hampton’s Glad-Hamp label — by spe- 
cial permission of Decca). . . . The 
Havens (Jim O’Connor, Ed Rappa, 
A1 Battista and Bud Palmieri), a New 


Lloyd Price’s “Counterfeit Friends” 
is breaking loose in the Detroit area, 

. . . Irwin Robinson, Palette prexy, 
tells us that it looks like the label 
has a big one in A. Z. Mortimer’s 
“When You’re Talking Love.” Disk- 
ery’s Paul Tannen adds that there’s 
a ‘sleeper hit’ in Bobbejaan’s country- 
pop’er, “Crying In My Beer” and that 
Bobby D’Fano’s “I’ll Never Cry” is 
also stepping out. . . . Writer credits 
on Rod Bernard’s “New Orleans Jail” 
(Hall-Way) belong to Koppelman and 
Rubin. . . . Ricar Prod.’s Jerry Teifer 
expecting Gloria Dennis’ “Richie” 
(Rust) to follow in the hit footsteps 
of Bob Braun’s “ ’Til Death Do Us 
Part” (Decca). 

A disk promotion man’s duty to his 
label and product remains whether 
he’s on land, sea or air. As a case in 
point. Herb Linsky, national promo- 
tion manager for UA had occasion 
recently to do his duty in the air. 
While enroute by plane from the re- 
cent ARMADA meet, Linsky had on 
hand 100 balloons that plugged the 
label with: “United Artists Records — 
The Greatest Show On Earth,” part of 
an original 1,000 that had been sent 



CRAIG BROWN 


KIP WALTON 


ENZO STUARTI 




Haven vocal crew, note that they’ve 
just signed a Capitol wax pact. 

Carlton prexy Joe Carlton feels that 
Valjean will have a smash instru- 
mental follow-up to “Ben Casey” in 
“Till There Was You” — which was a 
while-back Carlton smash for Anita 
Bryant. . . . Ivan Black notes that the 
Sonny Rollins Qt. and the Mose Alli- 
son Trio are currently playing to 
packed houses at the Village Gate. 
. . . ABC’s Eddie Thomas sez that 


aloft — filled with helium — -in the area 
of Miami’s Hotel Fontainbleau. . . . 
Realizing the plane had many a pas- 
senger who was in the music business, 
Linsky got one of the stewardess’ to 
serve a balloon with each meal in the 
first-class section. He passed out 
others himself for the tourist pass- 
engers. Didja at least make the date 
Herb? . . . Larry Taylor, gen. prod, 
mgr. at Bourne, on a 10-day trip to 
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THE FOLLOWING DISTRIBUTORS 
HAVE THIS SUMMER HIT OF 1962 

CHICAGO. III. 

M. & S. Dist. Co. 

ATLANTA, GA. 

Goodwin Record Dist. 

BALTIMORE, MD. 

Kaye Record Dist. 

BOSTON, MASS. 

Mutoai Dist. Co. 

BUFFALO, N.Y. 

Best Record Dist- Co. 

CINCINNATI. OHIO 
A & I Record Dist. 

CLEVELAND, OHIO 
Concord Dist. Co. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

Bertos Dist. Co. 

DALLAS, TEXAS 
Big State Dist. 

DETROIT. MICH. 

Record Merchants Dist. 

EAST HARTFORD, CONN. 

Trinity Record Dist. Co. 

MIAMI. FLA. 

Florida Music Sales 
HOUSTON, TEXAS 
H. W. Daily, Inc. 

KANSAS CITY, MO. 

Choice Record Dist. 

LOS ANGELES. CALIF. 

Cosnat Dist. Co. 

MEMPHIS. TENN. 

Record Sales. Inc. 

MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 

Hellcher Bros. 

NASHVILLE. TENN. 

Southern Record Dist. 

NEWARK, N. J. 

Apex Martin Dist. Co. 

NEW ORLEANS. LA. 

Central Record Dist. 

NEW YORK, N. Y. 

Superior Record Sales 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Chips Dist. Co. 

PITTSBURGH. PA. 

Cosnat Record Dist. 

SAN FRANCISCO. CALIF. 

D. M. Sales. 

ST. LOUIS. MO. 

Commercial Music Co. 

SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO 


East Coast Prom.— BILL SPITALSKY 
West Coast Prom.— IRWIN ZUCKER 


HancxLon rt©coi*<is 


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(Continued from page 22) 
the coast in behalf of the pubbery. 
. . . Joe Di Neri, brother-mgr. of Bob 
Di Neri, sends along a correction — 
that Bob does the Steve Allen TV’er, 
the week of 7/16-20. . . . Congrats to 
our own Carolyn Peartree, who mar- 
ried Kenneth Bantum this weekend. 
. . . Danny Winchell happily notes 
that his ‘finds’, the Willis Sisters, are 
promoting their RCA bow, “Ain’t 
Gonna Be No Twistin’ ” and “It Hurts 
Me More Than You,” in the Va.-N.C. 
area and that they’ll be in towm soon 
for the Talent Scout TV’er. Herb 
Kessler is manager of the duo. . . . 
Chris Ford has signed Patti York to 
a Mint wax pact and her debut side’s 
tagged “You Walked Away With My 
Heart.” Gal’s been set for the 7/28 
Bruce Morrow Palisades Park show. 
Pfc. Irving L-I-C-H-T-M-A-N, of 
Cash Box, getting some fresh air dur- 
ing his 2-week stint with the U.S. 
Reserves at Camp Drum. 

CHICAGO: 

The Volumes are coming through 
loud and clear with their newest Chex 
outing “Come Back Into My Heai’t.” 
In fact, as Cosnat’s Paul Baio sees it, 
the deck could top their current rider 
“I Love You.” Group made the local 
scene with Paul last week following 
their Regal Theater stint. Also very 
much in the fore at Cosnat are The 
Bobettes with “Over There” (Jubilee) 
and The Mulcays who are making 
some noise with “Love Me Forever,” 
the flip side of “Canadian Sunset.” 
. . . Peter Paul and Mary, high on the 
charts with their current Warner 
Bros, album, are wowin’ the Gate of 
Horn patrons. ... A nice note from 
Miriam Love, manager of Coral artist 
Bobbi Martin who recently did the 
Playboy Club here and has firmed a 
return engagement at the nitery for 
early next year, urging us to tune in 


on Joanie Sommers’ “Johnny Get 
Angry” LP in which Bobbi’s composi- 
tion “I Need Your Love” is show- 
cased. . . . Erwin Barg is mighty 
thrilled over reaction throughout this 
area to Dot slicings “No One Will 
Ever Know” by Jimmie Rodgers, “A 
Swingin’ Safari” by Billy Vaughn, “In 
The Middle Of A Love” by Lyn Fitz- 
gerald and “A Mile And A Quarter” 
by Sonny James. 

Versatile performer Vic Scaccia, out 
with self-penned item “Move Easy” 
(Coin) hopes to begin work shortly 
on his first LP. Meanwhile, he’s man- 
aging to pack ’em in at the Cross- 
roads Motel. . . . Dixielander Bob 
Scobey returns to Bourbon Street 7/23 
after a lengthy European tour. . . . 
Action at United Record Dist. centers 
around follow-up outings “I Keep 
Forgetting” by Chuck Jackson 
(Wand), “Some Day Some Way” by 
The Marvelettes (Tamla) and “Yield 
Not To Temptation” by Bobby Bland 
(Duke). . . . Local-based Variety Rec- 
ords sends along word of a hot new 
coupling by The Mark V Combo. 
Sides are “Jitter Blues” b/w “I Got 
The Beat” (Variety). 

Songster Arthur Prysock and the 
John Young Trio moved into the 
Sutherland Lounge 7/17 for two 
weeks. . . . RCA-Victor’s Stan Pat 
boasts a trio of sizzlers in Elvis Pres- 
ley’s newie “She’s Not You.” the 
latest Ann-Margret offering “I Was 
Only Kidding” and a poo-c&w item 
“Hello Out There” by Carl Belew. . . . 
Bamev Fields focuses attention on the 
Ad Lib label and its current crop of 
sellers, namely, “I’m Gonna Sit 
Right Down And Write Myself A T^et- 
ter” by Jimmy Roselli, “The Tiger” by 
Siravo and the latter’s fast mo'n'ng 
album “Out On A Limb.” . . . Lib- 
erty’s local promo mgr. Harvey Gold- 
stein, fully recovered from the hectic 


task of getting settled in the label’s 
new Chi quarters, advised that he’s 
concentrating heavily on some singles 
which have broken wide open on the 
west coast. Decks are “Sally Was A 
Good Old Girl” by Hank Cochran, 
“Houdini” by Walter Brennan and 
“Pa-Pa-Oom-Mow-Mow” by The Riv- 
ingtons. Harv adds that “Balboa Blue” 
by The Markets and “Tennessee” by 
Jan and Dean are getting very big 
in Chi as is Timi Yuro’s national click 
“What’s A Matter Baby.” . . . The 
Kingston Trio are set for an August 
date at the Sahara Inn where label 
mate Vic Damone is currently holding 
sway. . . . Capitol’s man on the go, 
John Doumanian, info’s he’s making 
much headway hereabouts with 
“Beach Party” by King Curtis, 
“Carl’s Dance Party” by Little Rev 
Lattimore and “I Can’t Hold The Let- 
ter In My Arms” by Jack Scott. . . . 
Chess toppers Len and Phil Chess are 
elated over the smash reaction to 
Etta James’ newie “Stop The Wed- 
ding” and stepped up sales on “Rinky 
Dink” by Dave (Baby) Cortez, “Reap 
What You Sow” by Billy Stewart and 
“Dancing Shadows” by The Corsairs. 


Arthur Lymon and his group, in at 
the Edgewater Beach’s Polynesian 
Village. . . . Needless to say, the main 
topic of discussion at Garmisa Dist. 
is the new Ray Charles entry “You 
Don’t Know Me” b/w “Careless Love” 
which, according to Ed Yalowitz, has 
achieved the biggest initial sales 
score in the distrib’s history and will 
undoubtedly make the usual quick 
trip to the top of the chart. Also 


going great guns here is Tommy 
Roe’s “Sheila” and Gord Lightfoot’s 
“I’m The One” (ABC-Para). . . . 
Songster David Thorne, in town with 
his sister Mildred Lindsay, made the 
deejay rounds last week in behalf of 
his Riverside effort “If You Should 
Ever Leave Me.” Squiring Thorne 
was Potter Dist.’s Sam Cerami who 
tells us that among the deck’s biggest 
boosters is WGN p.d. Charlie Allen. 
. . . Good news from Charlie Fach: 
Dickie Lee’s “Patches” (Smash) has 
made fantastic sales strides in the 
Houston area over the past two weeks 
and is heading for a big national 
push. Side, which was released early 
in May, is just now beginning to click 
and click big! ! ! 

HOLLYWOOD: 

A1 Sherman’s Record Sales Co. and 
Reprise Records hosted a cocktail 
party for “Taste Of Honey” Eddie 
Cano at P.J.’s where Eddie and his 
group appear nightly. . . . Tony Ben- 
nett has been set for a week long guest 
stint on the Steve Allen show, em- 
anating from Hollywood. . . . Roch- 
elle and The Candles, who had a chart 


rider a few months back in “Once 
Upon A Time,” have been signed by 
Challenge Records and first release of 
“Each Night” out this week. . . . Ray 
Maxwell, president of Moonglow Rec- 
ords and Ray Maxwell Music to Eu- 
rope on business. Firm currently has 
one of the top songs in Europe, “Re- 
natta.” . . . Adam Ross and Jack Levy, 
who were responsible for one of the 
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fastest breaking records in the coun- 
try, “Papa Oom Mow Mow” named 
The Rivingtons after a street in the 
New York neighborhood where they 
both grew up. . . . Bob Reisdorf, Dol- 
ton Records topper, has pacted a folk 
group. The Wanderers Three, to an 
exclusive term pact with the label. 
Trio’s first sides, “Cry I Do” and 
“Toro” go into immediate release. . . . 
Freddy Countryman out on the Wed 
label with a new rocker titled “The 
Big Itch” and now billed as Freddy 
and The Ravens. . . . Lou Adler, di- 
rector of musical activities for Nevins- 
Kirshner, playing host to songwriters 
Carol King and Jerry GofiBn. Their 
current hit is Bobby Vee’s “Sharing 
You.” 

Joe Smith, national promo director 
of Warner Bros. Records, has 750 
radio stations throughout the country 
lined up to play the sound track al- 
bum of “Music Man” on Music Man 
Day this Wednesday. . . . Floyd Ray 
of Milton Records getting top local 
airplay on “It’s Been A Long Time” 
by The Quails on Harvey Records. 
. . . ‘Big’ Tiny Little and his group 
debut at Harrahs, Reno this week. 
His 15’th. album for Coral Records, 
“Barroom Favorites” set for early 
August release. 

Felix Slatkin will be feted by his 
hometown of St. Louis, 7/25, for his 
achievements in the musical field. 


“House Without Windows” and Marty 
Robbins’ “Devil Woman.” . . . The hot 
newcomers with Bob Heller, ^ his 
Flving distrib outfit, include Glona 
Dennis’ “Richie” (R^st), the Beau 
Jives’ “What Would You Do ’ (Shep- 
herd), Dean Christie’s “Heart Break 
(SWL) and the Preludes That 
Would Be So Good” (Octavia) and 
Grace Markay’s “Quite A Guy” (Trib- 
ute). . . . Dick Colanzi, professional 
mgr. for Myers Music, plugging away 
on the Rocket Tones’ “Fireball” (Op- 
erators), Tony Lawrence’s “De Limbo 
Dance” and “One More Mile” (Jude) 
and the “C&W Classics” (Master 
Classics LP). Sorry to hear that Dick 3 
house recently burned to the ground. 

Over at Cosnat, Don Weiss checks 
in with the info that Jubilee has a 
smasheroo (in Philly, D.C. and Balt.) 
in the Bobettes’ “Over There”; that 
the Drifters are breaking thru ■with 
“Sometimes I Wonder” (Atlantic) 
along with the Playmates’ “Keep 
Your Hands In Your Pockets” (Rou- 
lette) ; that the Volumes have a sure- 
fire winner in “Gome Back Into My 
Heart” (Chex) ; that Bertha Tillman’ll 
make it two-in-a-row on Time with “I 
Wish” and that Bobby Peterson’s 
“Tell Me What You’re Gonna Do” 
(Atlantic) is headed for hitsville. . . . 
Paul Shore, at I. J. Morgan buzzin’ 
that he has a smash in Freddy Can- 
non’s “Palisades Park” Swan LP. . . . 

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Slatkin just completed a new Liberty 
album which Si Waronker produced. 
. . . After 15 yrs. association with 
Columbia studios, composer George 
Duning launches his free-lancing 
career being signed by Warner Bros., 
through MCA, to write the score of 
“Critic’s Choice.” . . . Abbe Lane and 
Xavier Cugat will headline the Moon 
Bow'l at Freedomland, for one week 
beginning 7/29. . . . Teen Time Rec- 
ords reports first release on Rudy 
Dozier & Vince Tamburo, “Wicked” 
c/w “Lets Carve Our Initials,” get- 
ting good West Coast action. 

Lester Lanin recently played for 
JFK at the White House and also for 
Bob Kennedy & Presidential Family, 
at the Kennedy estate in Va. . . . 
Keely Smith opening 7/26 for a two 
week engagement at the Sahara Inn 
North, Chicago. . . . Jubilee Records 
with a new release by the Four Coins, 
“Wish You Were Here” b/w “One Red 
Rose.” . . . Joni James winged into 
Nashville to cut another MGM album 
— her 37th for the label in 10 years of 
hit-making. Her latest single, “Tender 
and True,” is hitting West Coast 
charts. . . . Bottles of an imported 
Portugal wine, “Lancers,” greeted 
local deejays, along with the latest 
LP by the vocal group. The Lancers, 
currently appearing at the Dunes in 
Vegas. . . . Israeli folk singer Bat’Ya 
inked to a personal management pact 
by Richard Moreley. 

HERE AND THERE: 

PHILADELPHIA — Matty “The 
Humdinger” Singer notes that in ad- 
dition to Tommy Roe’s ABC smash- 
eroo, “Shiela,” there’s a pair of local 
break-outs in Little Tommy & the 
Elgins’ “Never Love Again” (Elmer) 
and Cord Lightfoot’s “Remember Me 
(I’m The One)” (Chateau). . . . Some 
of the big new ones -with Columbia’s 
Ted Kellem are Jerry Reed’s “Good- 
night Irene,” Steve Lawrence’s 


with the initial reaction to 
Burnette’s label bow, “I Wanna Thank 
Your Folks” and “The Giant.” 

RICHMOND— Pat, of Pat’s One- 
Stop tells us that the Lafayettes^ 
“Life’s Too Short” (RCA) and Timi 
Yuro’s “What’s A Matter Baby” (Li- 
berty) is breaking big in the area. 

BALTIMORE — Harold L. Berkman, 
promo man for ABC at Zampiski s, 
infos that his hot new decks include 
Lloyd Price’s “Your Picture,” Tommy 
Roe’s “Shiela,” Frankie Avalon s 
“Don’t Let Me Stand In Your Way, 
the Del-Vikings’ “Kilimanjaro” and 
Jodie Sands” “Uno Momento.” . . . 
Hal Charm’s Mercury new sizzlers 
has Patti Page’s “Three Fools” lead- 
ing the way. Hal adds that Ray Stev- 
ens was in town recently to do his 
“Ahab The Arab” smasheroo on the 
Buddy Deane TV’er. Incidentally, Ray 
did the show ■with a live baby camel. 

NEW ORLEANS— New records 
getting good reaction in the tri-state 
area, according to Central Records 
distribs’ Tony Conino, are Rod Ber- 
nard’s “Fais Do Do” (Hall-Way), 
Dick Roman’s “Summer Place” (Har- 
mon), Lionel Torrence’s “Saka” (Ex- 
cello), Bernadette’s “Slush” (Beach), 
the Timberland Four’s “Humming- 
bird” (Frolic) and Johnny Fox’s “You 
Laugh Too Much” (Ne^^ime). . . . 
Ric topper Joe RuflSno sez that Johnny 
Adam’s “Losing Battle” is a winning 
one. 

MIAMI — David Carroll’s “Oh 
Carol” was last week’s picture-plug 
from Florida Music Sales’ Mercury 
man Eddie Lambert. . . . Samuel J. 
Rabin, of the Sir John Hotel, has 
taken over the mgt. of Johnny Hart- 
man, who’s been playing at his Knight 
Beat nite spot. Johnny’s also been 
signed to a Bethlehem wax pact, with 
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Ray Charles (ABC Paramount 
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Film Track 

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David Rose & Oreh. (MGM E 4062; 

SE 4062) 

• POT LUCK 4 

Elvis Presley 

(RCA Victor LPM 2523, LSP 2523) 

• STRANGER ON THE SHORE 5 

Mr. Acker Bilk (Atco 33-129; SD 33-129) 

• VINCENT EDWARDS SINGS 6 

(Decca DL 4311; DL 74311) 

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Henry Mancini 

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Film Track 

(Warner Brothers W 1458; WS 1458) 

• MOON RIVER 10 

Andy Williams 

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LOVERS WHO WANDER 11 

Dion (Laurie 2012) 

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TRIO 12 

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(Epic LN 24001; BN 26001) 

• BASHIN' 15 

Jimmy Smith (Verve V 7484; V6 7484) 

• YOUNG WORLD 18 

Lavrrence Welk (Dot DLP 3428; 25428) 

• AMERICAN WALTZES 20 

Mantovani (London LL 3260; PS 248) 


• IT KEEPS RIGHT ON 
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Johnny Tillotson 

(Cadence CLP 3058; CLP 25058) 


24 


• WALK ON THE WILD SIDE 13 

Saaadtraek (Ckoroo A 4; AS 4) 

• MUSIC MAN 31 

Original Filmtrack 

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• I LEFT MY HEART IN 

SAN FRANCISCO 28 

Tony Bennett 

(Columbia CL 1869; CS 8669) 

• STATE FAIR 17 

Soundtrack (Dot DLP 9011; DLP 29011) 


• WEST SIDE STORY 

B way Cast 

(Columbia OL 5230; OS 2001) 


16 


• ORIGINAL MOTION 
PICTURE HIT THEMES 21 
(UaHad ArtMf UAL 617/7; UAS 6177) 


• HATARI! 

Henry Mancini 

(RCA Victor LPM 2559; LSP 2559) 


36 


• NO STRINGS 19 

rwoy Cast (CapHol O 1695; SO 1695) 



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WORRIED MIND 

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(Capitol T 1752; ST 1752) 


(Columbia 05-2070) 


27 

• S'CONTINENTAL 

26 

2 

MODERN SOUNDS IN 



Ray Conniff 

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COUNTRY & WESTERN MUSIC 2 

Ray Charles 

28 

• CAMELOT 

B'way Cost 

23 


(ABC Paramount ABCS 410) 



(Columbia KOL-5620; KOS 3021) 


3 

THE STRIPPER 

David Rose & Orch. (MGM SE 4062) 

3 

29 

• THE MIDNIGHT SPECIAL 

Harry Belafonte 

(RCA Victor LPM 2449; LPS 2449) 

27 

4 

STRANGER ON THE SHORE 

Mr. Acker Bilk (Atco SD 33-129) 

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30 

• BLUE HAWAII 

Elvis Presley 

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5 

BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S 

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Henry Mancini (RCA Victor LSP 2362) 

31 

• BOBBY VEE MEETS THE 

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ROME ADVENTURE 

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CRICKETS 

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Film Track (Warner Bros WS 1458) 



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Various Artists 

30 

7 

POT LUCK 

Elvis Presley (RCA Victor LSP 2523) 

6 


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8 

MOON RIVER 

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• ONCE UPON A TIME 
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Andy Williams (Columbia CS 8609) 



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• GOLDEN THEMES FROM 


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VINCENT EDWARDS SINGS 

(Decca DL 74311) 

10 


MOTION PICTURES 

33 




Ferrante & Teicher (United Artists UAL 
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10 

WALK ON THE WILD SIDE 

11 

Soundtrack (Choreo AS 4) 

35 

• CHAPEL BY THE SEA 

40 




Billy Vaughn (Dot DLP 3424; DLP 25424) 

11 

BASHIN' 

9 

36 

• THE SOUND OF MUSIC 


Jimmy Smith (Verve V6 7484) 


42 

12 

14 

B'way Cast 



(Columbia KOL 5450; KOS-2020) 

PETER, PAUL & MARY 



Warner Brothers (WS 1449) 

37 

• HERBIE MANN AT THE 
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(Atlantic 1380) 

48 

13 

YOUNG WORLD 

Lawrence Welk (Dot DLP 25428)) 

16 


38 

• COUNTDOWN-TIME IN 






OUTER SPACE 

32 

14 

NO STRINGS 

15 


Dare Brubeck Quartet 
(Caiumbla CL 1775; CS 8575) 


B'way Cast (Capitol SO 1695) 



39 

• JOAN BAEZ VOL II 

45 

15 

AMERICAN WALTZES 

12 

(Vanguard YRS 9094; VSD 297) 



Montovani (London PS 248) 


40 

• TUFF SAX 35 

Ace Cannon (HI HL 12007; SHL 32007) 

16 

BEYOND THE REEF 

Earl Grant (Decca DL 74231) 

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41 

• MASHED POTATOES & 
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Ventures (Liberty BLP 2016; BST 8016 

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THE BEST OF THE KINGSTON 

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TRIO 



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• COLLEGE CONCERT 

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Kingston Trio (Capitol T 1658; ST 1658) 

18 

MUSIC MAN 

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Original Filmtrack 


43 

• A SONG FOR YOUNG LOVE 41 


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Lettermen (Capitol T 1669; ST 1669) 


19 

CAMELOT 

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44 

MURRAY THE K'S GASSERS FOR 


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Various Artists (Chess LP 1470) 


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HATARI 

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45 

• THROUGH CHILDREN'S 


Henry Mancini (RCA Victor LSP 1459) 



EYES 

Umeliters (LPM 2512; LSP 2512) 

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21 

S' CONTINENTAL 

Ray Conniff Orch. & Chorus 

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46 

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Bobby Vinton (Epic LN 24020; BN 26020) 







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47 

• JUDY AT CARNEGIE HALL 

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B'way Cast 


Judy Garland (Capitol BO 1569: SWBO 


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• OLD RIVERS 


23 

CHAPEL BY THE SEA 

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45 

Billy Vaughn (Dot DLP 25424) 


Walter Brennan 




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24 

TONIGHT 

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49 

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Dinah Washington 

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RAY ANTHONY PLAYS 


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WORRIED MIND 

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STATE FAIR 23 

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ORIGINAL MOTION 

PICTURE HIT THEMES 21 

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I LEFT MY HEART IN 

SAN FRANCISCO 37 

Tony Bennett (Columbia CS 8669) 

HERBIE MANN AT THE 
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BLUE HAWAII 27 

Elvis Presley 

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STEREO 35/mm 30 

Enoch Light & Orth. 

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MIDNIGHT SPECIAL 25 

Harry Belafonte (RCA Victor LPS 2449) 

FOR THE NERO-MINDED 32 

Peter Nero (RCA Victor LSP 2536) 

THE SOUND OF MUSIC 36 

B'way Cast (Columbia KOS-2020) 

GOLDEN THEMES FROM 
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Ferrante & Teicher 
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JULIE AND CAROL AT 
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Julie Andrews & Carol Burnette 
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THE MAGNIFICENT SOUND 
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Eugene Orrmandy (Columbia Pos 1; PHS-1) 

MOON RIVER 38 

Lawrence Welk (Dot 25412) 

ONCE UPON A TIME 39 

Lettermen (Capitol ST 1727) 

JAZZ SAMBA — 

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MARIA 42 

Roger Williams (Kapp K5 3266) 

GREAT THEMES FROM 

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Enoch Light (Command RS 835 SD) 

COLLEGE CONCERT 40 

Kingston Trio (Capitol ST 1658) 

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Enoch Light (Command RS 831 SD) 

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B-way Cast (MGM SE 3946) 

SINATRA AND STRINGS 45 

Frank Sinatra (Reprise R9 1004) 

JUDY AT CARNEGIE HALL 47 

Judy Garland (Capitol SWBO 1569) 


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FLOWER DRUM SONG 48 

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“PIANOS IN PARADISE” — Ferrante & Teicher 
— United Artists UAL 3230 

Ferrante and Teicher have rolled up an outstand- 
ing track record so far with their previous disk 
efforts and this new program of beautiful, melodic 
mood music should go a similar success route. 
With a superb orchestral backing provided by 
Nick Perito, the duo display their distinctive 
brand of keyboard artistry on such sturdies as 
“Ebb Tide,” “Misty” and “The Breeze And I.” The 
album should score heavily in the coin department. 


“GOLDEN HITS OF THE BOYS”— Patti Page- 
Mercury SR 60712 

Here’s an interesting Patti Page disk with 
enough built-in success ingredients to take off 
quickly on the sales wa^ath. The lark’s gimmick- 
free, wide-range voice is aptly displayed on this 
set which has her rendering a dozen tunes which 
hit originally by male vocalists. Patti does not let 
the distaff side down as she offers top-flight 
renditions of such past biggies as “The Twist,” 
“Georgia On My Mind” and “Big Bad John.” 
Sure-fire chart item. 

“MIDNIGHT DANCE PARTY” — A1 Caiola — 
United Artists UAL 3228 

A1 Caiola adds to his impressive catalog with 
this album of music geared for listening and 
dancing. Lively syncopation, Dixieland arrange- 
ments by Caiola, and his own rhythmic guitar 
playing combine to make this a top-notch LP. 
The guitarist launches the session with a bouncy 
arrangement of “Four Leaf Clover,” and includes 
“The Music Goes Round And Round,” “Simple 
Melody,” “Children’s Marching” and “Heart Of 
My Heart.” An excellent disk that should be a 
strong contender for the charts. 

“FREDDY CANNON AT PALISADES PARK”— 
Swan LP 507 

Freddy Cannon cashes in on the success of his 
current chart-rider of “Palisades Park” to tag 
this new Swan session of potent, hard-driving 
items. The songster injects more than enough 
high spirits here to bring out his teen admirers 
in force. In addition to his biggie. Cannon renders 
professional versions of “Transistor Sister,” “Take 
Me Out To The Ball Game” and “Splish Splash.” 
Watch the package zoom up the charts in no time 
flat. 


“MOVIN’ VAN DYKE” — Leroy Van Dyke — 
Mercury SR-60716 

Leroy Van Dyke launches this LP with his recent 
chart-riding single, “If A Woman Answers,” and 
complements it with some fine country-flavored 
blues and rhythm numbers. The songster’s warm 
voice and winning style that has won him plaudits 
is much in evidence as he essays “Love Letters 
In The Sand,” “I Almost Lost My Mind,” “Lonely 
Street” and “Don’t Forbid Me.” Package is top- 
rung and could step out saleswise. 


“SO THIS IS LOVE”— The Castells— Era NLP-9-1 
The Castells use their recent hit single, “So This 
Is Love,” to tag this new album from Era which 
includes a fine collection of ballads and rhythm 
tunes. The vocal group includes its current single 
release, “Oh What It Seemed To Be,” along with 
such melodic offerings as “Dancing In The Dark,” 
“Some Enchanted Evening” and “Make Believe 
Wedding.” Strong sales potential here. 


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“MEL TORME AT THE RED HILL”— Atlantic 
8066 

Torme’s disk career with Atlantic begins on a fine 
note. A New Jersey nitery was the scene of this 
“live” date, a collection of tasteful songs (always 
a Torme trade-mark) done-up either in smart 
swing garb or mature conviction. One of the 
tunes, “It’s Delovely,” gets its full storyline here. 
The Jimmy Wisner Trio is on hand for breezy 
backing. 'Torme’s many fans will be dropping 
in for this one. 


“LE VOYAGE EN BALLON”— Original Sound- 
track — Jean Prodromides — Philips PHS 600 029 
From the sentimental, romantic opening to the 
impressive finale, Jean Prodromides’ score per- 
fectly captures the mood of Albert Lamorisse’s 
flick, “Le Voyage En Ballon.” The picture depicts 
a delightful balloon trip across France, and the 
music, consisting of enchanting string melodies, 
is directly related to the storyline. Prodromides’ 
music, filled with Gallic charm and strikingly 
alluring phrases, makes for an extremely enjoy- 
able musical romp across the country. A top- 
notch offering. 


“THE MANY GUITARS OF JORGEN ING- 
MANN”— Atco 33 139 

Jorgen Ingmann offers proof positive of his 
accomplished guitar talents on this new Atco 
outing. The artist’s vast knowledge of electronics 
is put to good use on the set. All the guitar 
parts here are played by Ingmann who utilizes 
his own multi-track recording techniques. The 
guitarist dishes up some bright, colorful musical 
arrangements of “Bonanza,’^ “High Noon” and 
“Milord” with an extremely appealing professional 
approach. 


“MY GEISHA”— Original Soundtrack— RCA Vic- 
tor LOC-1070 

Franz Waxman, a notable Hollywood composer, [ 
joins league with Puccini to score Paramount’s , 
film “My Geisha.” The composer borrows appro- ' 
priate passages and arias from Puccini’s “Mad- 
ame Butterfly” to augment his own lyrical melo- ’ 
dies. The soundtrack features the opera voices * 
of Michiko Sunahara of the Fujiwara Opera 
Company and Barry Morell of the Metropolitan. 
Waxman’s impressive scoring of earlier flicks and 
Puccini’s melodic arias could spark sales for the 
disk. 


“RED, HOT & PEPPY FIELDS”— Jubilee JGM 
5006 

Here’s a bright nostalgic package featuring Pep- 
py Fields belting out a dozen ragtime tunes with 
an appropriate backing from Marty Holmes and 
His Oixie Seven. The lark has a potent, rich vocal 
style which is perfectly suited to popular oldies 
that she renders with enough zest and verve to 
appeal to a wide variety of record buyers. Peppy 
offers proof positive that Vaudeville is not dead 
as she dishes up first-rate renditions of “Alex- 
ander’s Ragtime Band,” “Some Of These Daj's” | 
and “Bill Bailey Won’t You Please Come Home.” 


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“SWING STAGED FOR SOUND”— Van Alex- i 
ander — Capitol ST 1635 1 

Here is a sock package of swing tunes in solid | 
uptempo style played by Van Alexander and the , 
band and aimed at the stereophiles. The conduc- 
tor-arranger gets some able assists from soloist 
Shelly Manne on several tracks. The set includes ' 
“Get Me To The Church On Time,” “Way Down i 
Yonder In New Orleans,” a rockin’ arrangement 1 
of “01’ Man River” and a samba version of “High 1 
Noon.” LP is a good stereo entry and should | 
appeal to dance buffs. 



“THE SOLID GOLD GROUPS”— Various Artists 
— Atlantic 8065 

The best-selling hits of some of the country’s top 
vocal groups are aired on this outing from At- 
lantic. The set begins with The Chordcats singing 
“Sh-Boom,” and continues with such goodies as 
The Clovers doing “Devil Or Angel,” Clyde Mc- 
Phatter and The Drifters version of ‘Treasure 
Of Love,” The Cardinals essaying “Come Back 
My Love” and The Diamonds rendition of “Two 
Loves Have I.” The teen crowd will find this a 
must. 





“DANCE ON THE WILD SIDE”— Various Art- ' 
ists — Chancellor CHL 5028 I 

The music for a host of the popular dances of I 
today are played by three swinging instrumental I 
groups, George Young, The Cousins, and The 1 
Playboys. The bands give some bouncy treatment ■ 
to The Twist, the Hully Gully, the Bristol Stomp, 
Mashed Potatoes and the Popeye. Some great 
grooves are “Hey Mrs. Jones,” “Take A Chance ' 
On Love.” “St. Louis Blues Twist,” and “Hand • 
Clappin’.” The dance buffs should come out I 
strongly for this one. 1 

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“I Uft My Heart 
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“DOO WACKA DOO” — The Doowackadoodlers — 
RCA Victor LSP-2509 

Marty Gold doubles as arranger and conductor 
on this happy outing for Victor which features 
the music of the Doowackadoodlers. Played in the 
style of the Kom Kobblers of the thirties, the 
tunes have become standard for Dixie and honky 
tonk bands. Some first-rate tracks are “Tiger 
Rag,” “Yes Sir, That’s My Baby,” “Toot, Toot, 
Tootsie! Goodbye” and “Doo Wacka Doo.” An 
amusing and entertaining disk with a refreshing 
novelty flavor. 



“WALTZING WITH GUY LOMBARDO”— Capi- 
tol ST 1738 

Guy Lombardo adds another stanza to his exten- 
sive repertoire with this session of waltzes played 
in a very danceable tempo by the Royal Cana- 
dians. The orkster surveys a group of evergreens 
that have always been favorites with waltzers. 
A few good listening and dancing bands are 
“Girl Of My Dreams,” “When I Grow Too Old 
To Dream,” “Tennessee Waltz” and “A Beautiful 
Lady In Blue.” Enjoyable dance wax. 



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“DE MEXICO A LA HABANA”— La Sonora San- 
tanera — Columbia EX 5075 

Latin music lovers should come out in strength 
for this first-rate package which boasts the 
talents of one of Mexico’s foremost rhythm bands. 
The band renders a dozen fast-moving and dance- 
able melodies displaying a natural flair for the 
bolero and the cha cha cha. The beat is pulsating 
as the ork reads “Luces De New York,” “Nunca 
Digas Que Te Quise” and “Todo Mundo A La 
Luna.” Excellent entry from south of the border. 



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“MISTER COUNTRY MUSIC”— Cowboy Copas— 
Starday SLP 175 

Cowboy Copas, who has established himself as 
one of the biggest luminaries in the country field 
with a long string of hits, unleashes his potent 
vocal and instrumental talents on the Starday 
LP outing. The songster starts things off with 
“Sal,” his recent country chart-rider, and turns 
in professional renditions of “A Thousand Miles 
Of Ocean,” “Soft Rain” and “You Are One.” All 
of Copas’ many fans should come out in strength 
for the package. 



“STERLING MOSSMAN AT THE BAREFOOT 
BAR ’— Decca DL 74178 

Sterling Mossman and his “gang” give out with 
a lively assortment of Hawaiian melodies inter- 
spersed with comedy monologs delivered by Moss- 
man. Recorded live at the Barefoot Bar in Hono- 
lulu, the boys do “Hawaiian Calypso,” “There’s 
No Place Like Hawaii,” “Little Hula Coquette” 
and “Yellow Bird.” The musical portions of the 
disk are entertaining but Mossman’s humor falls 
short and he is at best mildly funny. Album could 
evoke mild response among those who like Ha- 
waiian music. 



“AL DEXTER”— Capitol ST 1701 
A1 Dexter, whose first taste of fame came with 
his self-penned “Pistol Packin’ Mama,” renders 
the while back smash in addition to eleven other 
country items on this new disk from Capitol. The 
chanter’s feelingful, authority-filled vocal style 
carries him in good stead on “Down At The Road- 
side Inn,” “Texas Waltz” and “Too Late To 
Worry.” A natural for airplay with the country 
deejays. 


JAZZ PICKS OF THE WEEK 



“FREE SPIRITS”— Chris Connor— Atlantic 8061 
Chris Connor’s versatility as jazz singer has 
earned a reputation of being able to deliver a 
tender ballad with the same finesse that she 
gives to uptempo items. On the Atlantic outing 
the lark dishes up eleven tunes which fall into 
both the lament and swingin’ categories. All the 
selections were penned by famous jazz writers 
and the thrush pays her dues to these tunesmiths 
in her usual superlative manner. Jazzophiles 
should dig the Connor readings of “Jump For 
Joy,” “Night Bird” and “Things Are S-wingin’.” 



“BURNIN’ BEAT”— Gene Krupa, Buddy Rich- 
Verve V6 8471 

The wax marriage of two of jazzdom’s greatest 
drummers. Gene Krupa and Buddy Rich, offers 
an excellent opportunity to compare their respec- 
tive talents on this top-notch Verve set. Each 
artist is given an ample chance to express him- 
self with extended solos showcasing their distinc- 
tive styles. Additionally, the boys play together 
complementing each other on eight potent sturd- 
ies. Best listening bets here are “Jumpin’ At The 
Woodside,” “Night Train” and “Perdido.” 



“BLUE MOODS”— Miles Davis— Fantasy 6001 
Here’s an interesting session cut quite a while 
ago displaying an introspective Miles Davis play- 
ing old, standard blues with an impressive, lyric 
simplicity. The disk is noteworthy for it show- 
cases the artist in an interim stage of his career 
before he attacked more adventuresome things. 
With an able assist from Britt Woodman on 
trombone, Teddy Charles on vibes, Elvin Jones on 
drums and Charles Mingus on bass, Davis offers 
top-flight renditions of “Nature Boy,” “Easy 
Living” and “Alone Together.” 



“THINK WELL OF MEl’ — Jack Teagarden — 
Verve V 68465 

Jack Teagarden, who through the span of his 
40-year career has won countless laurels for his 
distinctive horn-vocal expressiveness, comes up 
with one of the best disks that he has cut in quite 
a while on this new Verve outing. The session 
spotlights the trumpet artistry of Don Goldie and 
the combined arranging and conducting talents 
of Russ Case and Bob Brookmeyer. Teagarden’s 
trombone injects a wistful, sentimental touch to 
his vocal statements on “Where Are You,” “Cot- 
tage For Sale” and “Old Folks.” Jazzophiles 
should come out in droves for the set. 


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“A TASTE OF HONEY”— Jesse Powell— Kapp 
KL 1301 

Jesse Powell and his quintet kick off this appeal- 
ing session with a first-rate easy-to-listen-to jazz 
rendition of “A Taste Of Honey,” the flick theme 
which serves as the name for the album and dish 
up eleven other popular items with verve and 
polish. Powell’s tenor sax lead adds exactly the 
correct touch to his crew’s backing on “Petite 
Fleur,” “Secret Love” and “Stranger On The 
Shore.” Plenty of programming potential here. 


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“IN THE SKIN WITH ME”— Dennise— Deimise 
101 

Dennise, composer and skin diver, tries her hand 
at vocalizing in a folk-flavored manner on this 
disk produced on her own label. Unusual in that 
the album features the sounds of the ocean, skin 
divers and their scuba equipment, etc.; however, 
melodies and musicianship are obscured by exces- 
sive gimmickry. Included are “Lonely Man,” “He 
Was A Merman,” “The Big Black Pearl” and 
“Somewhere In 'The Sea.” The tunes have merit 
but the disk lacks commercial value. 



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BACH: Sonatas and Partitas For Solo Violin, 
Arthur Grumiaux — Philips PHS 2-900 
Arthur Grumiaux, a ranking concert violinist, 
plays a collection of sonatas and partitas for 
unaccompanied violin by the master of counter- 
point — Bach. These highly complex pieces are 
executed with precision and feeling by the violinist 
who displays a deep-seated understanding of the 
composer’s works. Playing a Stradivarius, the 
violinist’s solos are reproduced stereophonically 
to great advantage. Classical devotees will find 
this a must for their collections. 


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Organized in 1957 the Champs were 
five eager young men in a recording 
studio. The recording session had just 
produced “Tequila” and in the excite- 
ment that followed, Joe Johnson, top- 
per of Challenge Records, called the 
group champs because of their first- 
rate showing. The wax quickly took 
oflF and became a runaway best-seller. 
The boys began calling themselves 
The Champs. They were on their way. 

Through the years the group has 
won several disk industry awards for 
their fresh instrumental sound. They 
have made two successful trips to 
Australia, New Zealand and Hawaii 
as well as numerous highly successful 
cross-country trips of U.S. and Can- 
ada. 

Necessarily some of the group 
changed since its inception five years 
ago. Today, The Champs consist of 
Bobby Morris, who leads the group, 
on guitar; Jimmy Seal on tenor saxo- 
phone; Gary Nieland on drums; Jerry 
Puckett on guitar; and Johnny Trom- 
batore on bass. 

Currently, the group is riding the 
charts with “Limbo Rock.” 


Claudine Clark 



Claudine Clark, who is currently 
riding the Top 100 with “Party 
Lights” on the Chancellor label (#20 
on this week’s charts was born in 
Macon, Georgia of a non-musical 
family. 

At an early age Claudine showed 
an interest in music and was en- 
couraged by her parents to study 
guitar and organ. The youngster 
quickly developed a proficiency in two 
instruments and began thinking 
seriously of a musical career. Her 
first break came when she won a 
musical scholarship to Coombs Col- 
lege in Philadelphia. The lark ac- 
quired the basic knowledge at Coombs 
which later became invaluable to her. 
After receiving her B.S. degree in 
musical composition, Claudine made a 
full-fiedged attempt to make it as a 
songstress. 

A television shot in Wilmington 
brought her to the attention of some 
New York wax execs. After a false 
start on two labels, the lark signed a 
recording pact with Chancellor Rec- 
ords. The rest is history. 

When not doing deejay hops and 
club dates, Claudine spends her spare 
time writing poetry and plays. 



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The signing of two of America’s 
outstanding radio and TV personali- 
ties, the famed comedy team of Bob 
Elliott and Ray Goulding, to an ex- 
clusive contract was announced last 
week by John C. Moler, topper and 
general manager of WHN-New York. 
The return of Bob and Ray to their 
first regularly scheduled radio pro- 
gram in many years signals the first 
major personality addition for WHN 


It appeared as though the calendar 
had been set back to the early 1900’s 
when the WGN-Norfolk Antique Auto 
Tour recently paraded the entire 
Tidewater, Virginia area. Fifteen an- 
tique autos dating back to 1914 toured 
the WGH listening area visiting 
shopping centers and downtown areas. 
Drivers and passengers in the cars 
were dressed in the fashions of yester- 
year and were constantly posing for 



GEORGE TUCKER 
WINS-New York 


BILL DAWES 
WCPO-Cincinnati 


HERB HUMPHRIES 
WINZ-Miomi 


since its acquisition by Storer Broad- 
casting Company in January of this 
year. The duo will be heard on a 4 to 
8 PM, Monday through Saturday 
stanza beginning Monday, July 30. 

Clark Race broadcast his KDKA- 
Pittsburgh 3 to 6 PM show from the 
swimming pool at Kennywood Park 
last week. The pool party was a fea- 
ture of KDKA radio and television 
day at the amusement park, a day- 
long celebration featuring talent from 
two stations, a parade, stage shows 
and other activities. A number of top 
wax stars were guests on the pool 
broadcast. 

Congrats to WISN-Milwaukee, one 
of the country’s pioneers in broadcast- 
ing, for celebrating its 40th anniver- 
sary. The station fogan operating on 
July 22, 1922 with an authorized 
power of 100 watts. Today WISN 
broadcasts at 5,000 watts and has a 
staff of 35 people headed by general 
manager James Butler. 

Just two days after his wedding 
anniversary, a Philadelphia business- 
man, the first listener to successfully 
identify WIBG-Philadelphia’s “Honey- 
moon Hideaway,” presented his wife 
with a diamond ring certified at the 
value of $1,000, top prize in the sta- 
tion’s contest. WIBG personalities 
gave different clues each day and of- 
fered the diamond ring to the first 
person to guess the exact location of 
the “Honeymoon Hideaway.” A Philly 
housewife and a student nurse re- 
ceived respectively a portable hi-fi 
phonograph with $99 worth of rec- 
ords, and a weekend at the Sheraton 
Hotel with $99 for incidental ex- 
penses as the next two listeners to 
identify the ship M. S. Victoria en- 
route to Europe as the “Honeymoon 
Hideaway.” 

George Tucker, who is in charge of 
the “All Night Show” on WINS-New 
York, has just made his chanting 
debut, “I Remember Moonlight Beach” 
on the Jubilee label. 

WIL-St. Louis personalities Danny 
Dark, Dick Kent, Bob Osborne, pro- 
gram director Dick Drury and director 
of promotion Dave Klemm, partici- 
pated recently in the Lakehill Speed- 
way Stock Car Races. The featured 
event for the deejays turned out to 
be a laugh-filled 10 lap event, as the 
WIL’ers slipped and sped around the 
teack .... the winner was Dick 
Drury, who now competes in all St. 
Louis deejay race in August. 

Hot Rod, WWRL-New York’s pop- 
ular spinner, will be heard each Tues- 
day evening from 7-10 PM broadcast- 
ing from Freedomland for the balance 
of the summer. 


shutterbugs. At the halfway mark of 
the 150-mile tour, the station’s motor- 
cade stopped for an old fashioned 
country picnic complete with southern 
friedl chicken and ice cream. All cars 
in the tour were members of the 
American Antique Auto Club, Tide- 
water, Virginia region. 

According to the WLS-Chicago 
dept., the station contributed a whop- 
ping $1,228,360 worth of radio time 
in public service announcements and 
programs in a one year period from 
May 1961 to May 1962. WLS prexy, 
Ralph Beaudin said a high percentage 
of time was afforded to local public 
service efforts. 

KBOX-Dallas spinner George 
Cooper recently asked his listeners to 
send him pieces of string which he 
plans to tie together — affix to the door 
knob of KBOX Radio Park and reach 
downtown Dallas — some twenty miles 
distance. If Cooper makes it, he will 
be driven back to the Radio Park by 
limousine; if not, he has to hitch hike. 

Bill Dawes, program director of 
WCPO-Cincinnati for the past thir- 
teen years has just been appointed 
station director. Dawes will be re- 
sponsible for the entire operation of 
the outlet. 

In cooperation with Wayne State 
University, WXYZ-Detroit is broad- 
casting a special series of panel dis- 
cussion programs on the city’s con- 
tinued commercial and industrial 
growth in a changing world. Tagged 
“Your City, Detroit,” the series of 12 
half hour weekly programs are de- 
signed to acquaint listeners with the 
many functions of the Greater De- 
troit Board of Commerce in expand- 
ing the city’s industrial, commercial 
and civic development. 

When the gals on the staff of 
WFBR-Baltimore redecorated the 
powder room section of the station’s 
ladies lounge, the outlet’s general 
manager Bob Jones decided to have a 
commemorative cocktail party ... in 
the ladies lounge. Invitation to the 
party thrown by Jones revealed that, 
as the party was being held in the 
ladies’ lounge, only female-type em- 
ployees would be admitted, with the 
exception of the host, of course. 


VITAL STATISTICS: 

Buddy McGregor, formerly with 
WITH-Baltimore, now program di- 
rector of WCPO-Cincinnati. . . . Herb 
Humphries given the green light as 
news director^ of WINZ-Miami. . . . 
Glenn C. Lewis is back spinning ’em 
on WSLS-Roanoke after a stint in the 
Army. 



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“Bon Voyage” 

Peggy King 

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THEME” 

Written By 

HENRY MANCINI 

20th FOX #304 

From "Mr. Hobbs Takes A Vacation" 
A 20th Century Fox Film. 


HEADS UP! 

for 

Rod “Oliver Twist” McKuen 

I BIG HER WIG 

b/w 

Miss American Teen-Ager 

Spiral Records Corp. 

nationally distributed by 

COSNAT CORP. 

315 West 47th St., N.Y.C. PI 7-8140 


DJ^SGET YOUR COPY 
THERESE J. BRANDES 


JINGLE MINT TWIST” 


b/w "Come Back To Me" 

By Singin' Sammy Marshall 

TJB 101 

BRANDES RECORDS 

Morningside Sta. Box 46 
New York 26, N.Y. 

Promotion & Distribution: 

BROSH RECORDS — NATIONAL DIST. 
Milwaukee, Wis. AT 1-7363 


AAA 

JUKE BOX OPS' 


RECORD GUIDE 


ACTIVE with OPS 

(Selections NOT on 

Cosh Box Top 100 reported going strongly with ops.) 


OH! WHAT IT SEEMED TO BE 

Castells (Era 3083) 



POS. LAST WEEK 


I I CAN'T STOP LOVIN' YOU 1 

Roy Charles (ABC Paramount 10330) 

2 YOU'LL LOSE A GOOD THING 4 

Borboro Lynn (Jamie 1220) 

3 THE WAH-WATUSI 2 

Orlons (Cameo 218) 

4 TWIST AND SHOUT 3 

Isley Bros. (Wand 124) 

5 LOCO-MOTION 10 

Little Eva (Dimension 1000) 

6 1 NEED YOUR LOVIN' 7 

Don Gardner 8i Dee Dee Ford (Fire 508) 

7 PLAYBOY 2 

Marvelettes (Tamla 54060) 

S HAVING A PARTY 5 

Sam Cooke (RCA Victor 8036) 

9 PARTY LIGHTS 11 

Cloudine Clark (Chancellor 1113) 

W THE STRIPPER 18 

David Rose (MGM 13064) 

U DANCIN' PARTY 9 

Chubby Checker (Parkway 842) 

|0 GRAVY (For My Mashed Potatoes) 6 

lA Dee Dee Sharp (Cameo 219) 

IQ BRING IT ON HOME TO ME 15 

Sam Cooke (RCA Victor 8036) 

M MAKE IT EASY ON YOURSELF 23 

Jerry Butler (VeeJay 451) 

|C SNAP YOUR FINGERS 13 

Joe Henderson (Todd 1072) 

le BONGO STOMP 16 

ID Little Joey & Flips (Joy 262) 

17 WALK ON THE WILD SIDE 14 

• • Jimmy Smith (Verve 10255) 

IQ I DON'T LOVE YOU NO MORE 18 

ID Jimmy Norman (Little Stor 113) 

IQ WELCOME HOME BABY 17 

Iw Shirelles (Scepter 1234) 

on ANY DAY NOW 12 

AU Chuck Jackson (Wand 122) 

91 YOU SHOULD'A TREATED 

Al me right 22 

Ike & Tina Turner (Sue 765) 

OO PALISADES PARK 19 

A A Freddy Cannon (Swan 4106) 

OQ RINKY DINK 27 

Aw Dave "Baby" Cortez (Julia 1829) 

OA YOU DON'T KNOW ME — 

A^ Ray Charles (ABC-Paramount 10354) 

QC WHERE ARE YOU 31 

Aw Dinah Washington (Roulette 4424) 

Oe SHOUT AND SHIMMY 29 

AU James Brown (King 5657) 

77 DON'T PLAY THAT SONG 

A# (YOU LIED) 21 

Ben E. King (Atco 6222) 

OQ STOP THE WEDDING — 

AO Etta James (Argo 5418) 

7Q LITTLE BITTY PRETTY ONE 20 

Aw Clyde McPhatter (Mercury 71987) 

Qfl DON'T CRY BABY 38 

wU Aretha Franklin (Columbia 42456) 

Q1 LITTLE YOUNG LOVER 32 

wl Impressions (ABC 10328) 

Q7 JIVIN' AROUND 46 

wA Al Casey (Stacy 936) 

QQ WHAT'S A MATTER BABY 49 

ww Timi Yuro (Liberty 55469) 

QA LITTLE DIANE 37 

wV Dion (Laurie 3134) 

QC IF I SHOULD LOSE YOU 35 

ww Dream Lovers (End 1112) 

QC SEVEN DAY WEEKEND 30 

wO Gary U. S. Bonds (Legrand 1019) 

Q7 I JUST CAN'T HELP IT 36 

W# Jackie Wilson (Brunswick 55229) 

QQ WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN 26 

wO Arthur Alexander (Dot 16357) 

QQ GOOD LOVER 25 

wW Jimmy Reed (YeeJay 449) 

All LIMBO ROCK 42 

ID Champs (Challenge 9131) 

Al BEACH PARTY 44 

tl King Curtis (Capitol 4788) 

47 NOTHING NEW 33 

4A Fats Domino (Imperial 5863) 


AQ BLUES AT MIDNIGHT 
4a B. B. King (ABC 10334) 

AA CARELESS LOVE 
44 Ray Charles (ABC 10354) 


« REAP WHAT YOU SOW 48 

Billy Stewart (Chess 1820) 

AC I FEEL ALRIGHT AGAIN 45 

40 Junior Parker (Duke 351) 

A7 LOSING HAND 50 

4 # Little Milton (Checker 1020) 

AQ DON'T LIE — 

40 Ted Taylor (Okeh 7154) 

AQ BOOM BOOM 41 


'w John Lee Hooker (VeeJay 431) 

Cn HE'S MINE 
aU Berna-Dean (Imperial 5840) 



TOO BAD 

Ben f. King (Atco 6231) 

HEAVENLY LOVE 

Ikettes (Atco 6232) 

I'M TOSSIN' AND TURNIN' AGAIN 

Bobby Lewis (Beltone 2023) 

JUMPIN' THE BLUES/ONE 

O'CLOCK JUMP 

Jimmy Smith (Blue Note 1820) 

BETWEEN THE WINDOW AND 
THE PHONE 

Wanda Jackson (Capitol 4785) 

RAMBLIN ROSE 
THE GOOD TIMES 

Nat "King" Cole (Capitol 4804) 

I TOLD THE STARS 
SILLY BOY 

Lettermen (Capitol 4810) 

RHYTHM SING-A-LONG 
MITCH MILLER PACK (5 Singles) 

(Columbia MM 5) 

POTATO PEELER 

Bobby Gregg (Cotton 1006) 

AND NOW 

DON'T WORRY 'BOUT ME 

Vincent Edwards (Decca 31413) 

YOUR NOSE IS GONNA GROW 
MR. BLUE 

Johnny Crawford (Del-Fi 4181) 

OUR FAVORITE MELODIES 

Gary Criss (Diamond 114) 

RIGHT STRING, WRONG YO YO 

Dr. Feelgood (Epic 7156) 

I'LL COME RUNNING BACK TO YOU 

Roy Hamilton (Epic 9520) 

AT THE EDGE OF TEARS 


51 — YOU DON'T KNOW ME 

Roy Charles (ABC Paramount 10354) 

56— VACATION 

Connie Francis (MGM 13807) 

81 — STOP THE WEDDING 

Etta James (Argo 5418) 

82 — DEVIL WOMAN 

Marty Robbins (Columbia 42486) 

89 — GOODNIGHT IRENE 

Jerry Reed (Columbia 42417) 

93— 1 LEFT MY HEART IN SAN 
FRANCISCO 

Tony Bennett (Columbia 42332) 

94 — SUGAR PLUM 

Ike Clanton (Mercury 71975) 


OPERATORS' SPECIAL (5 Singles) 

Seymour & His Magic Trumpet 
(Heartbeat) 

NOTHING NEW/ 

DANCE WITH MR. DOMINO 

Fats Domino (Imperial 5863) 

ALL NIGHT LONG 

Sandy Nelson (Imperial 5860) 

BE KIND 

Ronnie & Hi-Lites (Joy 265) 

OVER THERE 

Bobettes (Jubilee 5427) 

AIR TRAVEL 

Ray & Bob (Ledo 302) 

HOUDINI 

Walter Brennan (Liberty 55477) 

FORGIVE ME 

Babs Tino (Kapp 472) 

THREE FOOLS 
BOY'S NIGHT OUT 

Patti Page (Mercury 72073) 

HE HIT ME 

Crystals (Philles 105) 

SHE'S NOT YOU 

JUST TELL HER JIM SAID HELLO 

Elvis Presley (RCA Victor 8041) 

DOWN ON THE BEACH 

Ernie Maresca (Seville 119) 


COME ON BABY 

Bruce Channel (Smash 1769) 


YOU SHOULDA TREATED ME RIGHT 

Ike & Tina Turner (Sue 765) 

BEECHWOOD 4-5789 

Marvelettes (Tamla 54065) 


96— BABY ELEPHANT WALK 

Lawrence Welk (Dot 76365) 

97 — JIVIN' AROUND 

Al Casey (Stacy 936) 

98 — SILVER THREADS AND GOLDEN 
NEEDLES 

Springfields (Philips 40038) 

100— TEAR AFTER TEAR 

Patti La Belle & Blue Belles 
(Newtown 5007) 

100— CARELESS LOVE 

Ray Charles (ABC Paramount 70354) 


100 — ALLEY CAT 

Bent Fabric (Atco 6226) 




ALLEY CAT 

Bent Fabric 


6226 


ATCO RECORDS 

1841 Broadway N.Y. 23, N.Y. 



Tony Orlando (Epic 9519) 


NEW ADDITIONS to TOP 100 


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Cash Box— July 28, 1962 





T0P100 THERE’S GOLD IN TEARS! 


(S«* Top 100 for Itilof and labolfl 

Anka, Paul 57 

Anthony, Ray 74 

Avalon, Prankie 99 

Bare, Bobby 75 

Belmonts 79 

Bennett, Tony 93 

Bilk, Acker 31, 49 

^ Bonds, Gary 55 

Boone, Pat 6 

Broun, Bob 50 

Brown, James 91 

Butler, Jerry 64 

Cannon, Freddy 21 

Cosey, Al 97 

Castle Sisters 66 

Chomberlain, Richard 16 

Champs 35 

Charles, Ray 8, 51, 100 

'^Checker, Chubby 14 

Clanton, Ike 94 

Clark, Cloudine 20 

Cline, Patsy 70, 95 

Cooke, Sam 18, 46 

Cortez, Dave 68 

Crawford, Johnny 45 

Curtis, King 88 

Curtola, Bobby 69 

Darin, Bobby 24 

^ Darren, James 52 

Dean, Jimmy 65 

Dion 22 

Dowell, Joe 38 

Dreamlovers 72 

Duprees 77 

Eddy, Duane 73 

Fabares, Shelley 44 

Fabric, Bent 100 

Fisher, Toni 41 

^ Francis, Connie 56 

Gardner, Don & Dee Dee Ford 17 

Goodman, Dickie 76 

Grant, Earl 87 

Grant, Janie 78 

Henderson, Joe 30 

HIghwoymen 92 

Hodges, Eddie 26 

Hyland, Brian 3 


Jackson, Chuck 59 

James, Etta 81 

Jamies 63 

Jay & Americans 83 


King, Claude 


LaBelle, Patty & Blue Belles 100 

Lafayettes 80 

Lee, Brenda 25, 28 

Lester, Ketty 54 

LiHio Eva 12 

Little Jo Ann 84 

Little Joey & Flips 32 

Lynn, Barbara 10 

Maharis, George 85 

Marvelettes 29 

McPhatter, Clyde 40 

Norman, Jimmy 48 



Reed, Jerry 89 

Riddle, Nelson 42 

Robbins, Marty 82 

Roe, Tommy 60 

Rose, David 9 

Rydell, Bobby 27 

^ Scott, Linda 47 

Sedaka, Neil 5 

Sharp, Dee Dee 15 

Shirelles 33 

Smith, Jimmy 39 

Sommers, Joanie 13 

Springfields 98 

Stevens, April & Nino Tempo 90 

Stevens, Ray 4 

^ Stewart, Billy 86 

Thompson, Sue 34 

Tillotsen, Johnny 23 

Vaughn, Billy 58 

Vee, Bobby 67 

Vinton, Bobby 1 

Washington, Dinah 43 

Welk, Lawrence 96 

Wells, Mory 61 

Williams, Andy 31 

Wilson, Jackie 71 

Yuro, Timi 62 


The above feature it designed as an aid to 
retailers who havo requested such a list to 
help them locato hot singles when consum- 
ers ask for them by artist name. 



If You Haven’t Received Your Samples Contact: 

HAROLD B. ROBINSON 

6600 N. BROAD ST., PHIL. 26, Pa. (Livingston 8-5010) 


Cash Box— July 28. 1962 


37 


New Liberty DIstrib 



CHICAGO — A recent addition to the 
lineup of record distributorships along 
this city’s “Record Row” section is Li- 
berty Records Distributing Company 
of Illinois, located at 1329 South 
Michigan Avenue. Don Bohanan, Li- 
berty Records’ national sales manager, 
recently opened the new company 
owned branch in Chicago, and staffed 
it before returning to his West Coast 
office. Fred Cassman is the new Chi- 
cago branch manager. Shown here is 
the front of the building photo- 
graphed on the occasion of its open- 
ing. 


WELCOME HOME 
BABY” 

The Shirelles 

Scepter 1234 

SCEPTER RECORDS 

1650 B'way, N.Y. 


“COME ON 
LITTLE ANGEL” 
The Belmonts 

Sabina 505 

SABINA RECORDS 

150 W. 5Sth St., N.Y. 



Decca Shows 
Tremendous Power In 
Country Markets 

NEW YORK — Long one of the most 
potent forces in the country record- 
ing market, Decca Records continues 
its dominant position with an aver- 
age of thirty to forty-five per cent of 
the top listings on the Cash Box 
Country Top 50. 

Consistent scorers on the chart, 
Kitty Wells, Webb Pierce, Johnny & 
Jack, Jimmie Davis, Ernest Tubb, 
Patsy Cline and the Wilburn Brothers 
are all represented. They are joined 
by Burl Ives, whose appeal continues 
to cross dual-market lines and Bob 
Braun, the Cincinnati spinner whose 
recording of “Til Death Do Us Part” 
is also scoring in the pop department. 

Also noted among Decca’s country 
chart entries are newer artists who 
have been developing a following and 
establishing themselves in this area. 
They are Loretta Lynn with “Suc- 
cess,” “Of All Things” by Jimmy 
Newunan, Roy Drusky’s “There’s 
Always One” and Bill Anderson’s 
“Mama Sang A Song” — “On And On 
And On” duo. 


ASCAP Sponsors Seminar 
For Young Composers 
And Lyricists 

NEW YORK — An eight-week Semi- 
nar for young composers and lyricists 
interested in writing for the musical 
theatre will be launched September 
10th by the American Society of 
Composers, Authors and Publishers 
(ASCAP), its prexy, Stanley Adams, 
announced last week. There will be 
no charge for attendance, at the 
Seminar, which will be held on eight 
consecutive Mondays beginning at 8 
P.M. at Judson Hall, this city. 

Each session of the Seminar will 
be conducted by a prominent figure 
in the various branches of the musi- 
cal theatre: composing and lyric 
writing; choreography; music pub- 
lishing; book writing and directing; 
arranging and conducting; and pro- 
ducing. There will also be a session 
with a critic. Those who have already 
accepted invitations to participate are 
Arthur Schwartz and Howard Dietz 
(composing and lyric writing), Abe 
Burrows (book writing and directing), 
Goddard Lieberson (recordings) Sid 
Ramin (arranging and conducting) 
and Irving Brown of Chappell (pub- 
lishing). Stanley Green will be the 
coordinator of the series. 

Admission will be by enrollment. 
Requests for tickets for the series 
should be made to Richard Frohlich, 
director of public relations, ASCAP, 
575 Madison Avenue. It was also 
noted that a showcase series, in 
which attending aspirants will per- 
form or present their own songs, will 
be conducted at Judson Hall during 
the four weeks following the Seminar. 
Applicants for the Seminar should 
also indicate if they also plan to par- 
ticipate in the showcase. 


Capitol Signs Jimmie Haskell 

HOLLYWOOD — Jimmie Haskell, 
recognized as one of the most crea- 
tive and successful arrangers and 
conductors active in the record busi- 
ness, has signed an exclusive, long- 
term contract with Capitol, iT was 
announced by vice president Alan W. 
Livingston. 

Haskell’s contract calls for him to 
arrange and conduct for Capitol art- 
ists, and also to record on the label 
with his own group. His initial session 
under the new contract will be Bobby 
Darin’s first single for Capitol, “If 
A Man Answers,” to be recorded Fri- 
day evening (7/20). 

Terms of the contract also will 
allow Haskell to continue writing ar- 
rangements for a limited number of 
non-Capitol artists, including Joni 
James and Ricky Nelson. 

Haskell, who will record under the 
supervision of A & R Producer Nick 
Venet, is currently represented on the 
charts with six hit singles which he 
arranged or conducted, including Ray 
Anthony’s “Worried Mind” and Pat 
Boone’s top-tenner, “Speedy Gon- 
zales.” 






ALBUM PLANS 


Deals, discounts and programs being offered to 
dealers and distributors by record manufacturers. 


ABC-PARAMOUNT 

12%% discount on the entire catalog including new releases. Expires : September 30. 

ANGEL 

A prepackaged basic classical library of 26 of the label’s most popular LP’s offered to dealers 
at a 15% discount. Expires : August 31. 

ARTIA 

“Summer Di’vidend Days” — Distributors and dealers receive a 26% discount on all Artia, 
Parliament, MK and Supraphon product and a 10% discount on all “World^s Greatest Music” 
series product. Dating terms. No termination date has been set. 

ATLANTIC & ATCO * 

16% discount on the LP catalogs of both labels. 30-60-90 das^ deferred billing. Expires; 
Aug. 31. 

CAMEO/PARKWAY 

A six month discount program on all LP’s. 12^^% discount on any of 80 albums contained in 
a pre-pack. 90 day dating to qualifying dealers. Expires : Aug. 30. 

CAPITOL 

Deal on Frank Sinatra catalog. Dealers get 1 free LP, of the same prefix and selection number, 
for each one purchased at the usual price. 1/3 third payments on Aug. 10, Sept. 10 and_ Oct. 10 ^ 
on shipments made between July 2 and 26 ; shipments after July 25 may be paid for in equal 
amounts on Sept. 10 and Oct. 10. Expires: July 26. 

CAPRICE/CONGRESS 

Deal on new LP’s by Linda Scott, James Ray and The Angels : 2 free LP’s for every 10 pur- 
chased. Expires : July 31. 

EPIC & OKEH 

15% discount on distributor purchases for the entire catalog of both labels including the 
company’s new releases. Expires : Sept. 21. 

FIRE/FURY 

All labels marketed by the firm are available on a buy-5-get-l-free basis. No expiration date 
has been set. 

IMPULSE 

12^% discount on the entire catalog including new releases. Expires: September 30. 

LIBERTY ^ 

Deal on three LP’s : “Stripper & Other Big Band Hits’’ by Si Zentner, “Road To Hong Kong” 
(soundtrack) and “Mashed Potatoes & Gravy’’ by The Ventures (Dolton). Terms: 15% discount, 
taken off the face of the invoice, on the dealer’s entire order of new releases ; 100% exchange 
privilege with merchandise exchangeable any time after Nov. 1, 1962. Payment scheduled for 
Sept. 10, 1962. Expires July 30. 

PHILIPS 

Label’s catalog is available on a l-free-for-every-9-purchased deal. No termination date has 
been set. 

PRESTIGE & BLUESVILLE 

LP’s available on a buy-7-get-l-free basis. Elxpires: Aug. 16. 

REQUEST ^ 

LP catalog available on a buy-lO-get-2-free basis. Described as a limited-time offer. 

ROULETTE 

Entire LP catalog, including Tico and Roost LP’s, at 16% discount. No termination date has 
been set. 

SONODOR 

A buy-5-get-l-free offer on four LP’s by the Orchestra Del Oro. Described as a limited-time- . 
only deal. ” 

SUN 

Buy 10 LP’s of one selection and receive 2 free. Expires: August 16. 

VEE-JAY 

Summer Special Plan — On 8 new LP’s, buy 7 and get 1 free. Expires: July 31. 




New Distrib Promotes “Ahab” 



DALLAS — Mercury Records’ new Dallas distributor Calmar Distributing Com- 
pany, was introduced to the press and radio with a recent party themed to the 
label’s big hit single “Ahab, The Arab” by Ray Stevens. Shown relaxing in La 
Tunisia Restaurant, site of the party, are from left: Glenn Miller, Mercury 
regional sales rnanager; Ray Stevens; Chuck Dunnaway, program director of 
KLIF-Dallas; Bill Caldwell, owner-manager of the distributing firm, and Dick 
Bruce, Mercury national sales manager in charge of racks. 






A VACATION SPECIAL 

FROM RCA VICTOR 

ElUIS 




RCA Victor 


SHE’S NOT YOU JUST TELL HER JIM SAID HELLO 











Smash Hit 


DAVID ROSE 

& HIS ORCHESTRA 

I “THE STRIPPER” | 

I K 13064 I 


THE BIRDMAN 
E HIGHWAY MEN 

UA 475 

ARTISTS I I 

A Double Sided Powerhouse 
Ernie “Shout! Shout!” Maresca 

MARY JANE 
DOWN ON THE BEACH 

SEVILLE 45117 

SEVILLE RECORDS 

THE LONDON AMERICAN GROUP 


Jerry Lee Lewis 

“HOW’S MY EX 
TREATING YOU” 

SUN 478 

SUN RECORDS 



The World's First 


STEREO-SCORED 

Orchestra 




Jerry Lieberman Named 
Merchandising Dir. At Kapp 



JERRY LIEBERMAN 


NEW YORK — Jerry Lieberman has 
been appointed merchandising director 
for Kapp Records. In this newly- 
created post, he will be responsible 
for the planning and execution of 
promotional programs aimed at both 
consumer and retail levels. 

Lieberman had previously been pro- 
motion art director for Columbia Rec- 
ords and had been art director of In- 
teriors Magazine. In 1959 he was as- 
sociated with George Nelson in the 
preparation of graphic design for the 
American Trade Fair in Moscow. 


Tops To Cut Disks 
For Grundig-Majestic 

NEW YORK — Larry Finley, president 
of Tops Records, and Leonard Ash- 
beck, president of Majestic-Interna- 
tional, a subsidiary of Wilcox-Gay, 
have jointly announced that a special 
package of ten stereo LP albums will 
be produced by Tops on their “Kim- 
berly” label exclusively for Grundig- 
Majestic. 

The records will play an important 
part in Grundig-Majestic’s sales plan 
for the coming six months. Mr. Ash- 
back estimated that his company 
planned to use a minimum of thirty 
thousand of the ten-packs during the 
coming six months, for a total of 
300,000 albums, as tie-ins with the 
sale of Majestic-International stereos. 

The albums will be pressed on pure 
gold vinyl and be offered in twenty 
different album selections on ten dif- 
ferent records. 


Carlton Mass-Ships 
" Til There Was You" 

NEW YORK — Carlton Records is 
launching an all-out effort on new hit 
tunes from Meredith Wilson’s “The 
Music Man” flick. The label has mass- 
shipped records of Valjean’s instru- 
mental treatment of “Til There Was 
You.” This is not the first time that 
the firm’s topper, Joe Carlton, has put 
the company behind the tune. 'The 
original Anita Bryant hit was on the 
Carlton label. 

The record follows Valjean’s most 
recent triumph, the chart-riding 
“Theme From Ben Casey.” The wax 
of “Til There Was You” is especially 
packaged and is being mailed out in 
an arty envelope with a cut of Val- 
iean at the piano, all purposely 
blurred to help create a distinct im- 
pression. 


INELCO Moves 

AMSTERDAM — International Elec- 
tronics Company (INELCO) of 
Amsterdam, Holland has announced 
that it has moved to newer and more 
spacious quarters. INELCO’s manag- 
ing director, W. Brandsteder, reports 
that the move permits the company to 
combine its operations under one roof, 
whereas it was scattered throughout 
the city before. The company’s new 
address is: N.V. Inelco-Holland, 801 
Arent-Jansz Ernstraat, Amsterdam — 
Z.2., Telephone 42.17.22. 



The Cash Box "Sure Shots" highlight records which reports from retail dealers throughout the 
notion indicate are already beginning to sell in quontity or else give every indication of doing so. 


"YOU DON'T KNOW 
"CARELESS LOVE" 

RAY CHARLES 

ME" 

ABC-Paramount 10354 

"VACATION" 

CONNIE FRANCIS 

w 

MGM 13807 

"MAKE IT EASY ON 

JERRY BUTLER 

# 

YOURSELF" 

.... Vee Jay 451 

"RINKY DINK" 

DAVE "BABY" CORTEZ 

# 

Julia 1829 

"SHAME ON ME" 

BOBBY BARE 

# 

. RCA Victor 8032 

"YOU BELONG TO ME" 

DUPREES 

Coed 569 

"COME ON LITTLE ANGEL" 

BELMONTS 


"LIFE'S TOO SHORT" 

LAFAYETTES 

. RCA Victor 8044 

"STOP THE WEDDING" 

ETTA JAMES 

ARGO 5418 

"DEVIL WOMAN" 

MARTY ROBBINS 

w 

. Columbia 42486 


Happy Promo Men 



ENCINO — Mike Maitland, topper of Warner Brothers Records, invited the 
label’s promotion staff out to his home here during a recent series of sales 
meetings. Shown above (left to right) are the drumbeaters: Joe Smith, na- 
tional promotion manager; Larry Fineg, southern Calif.; Ronnie Singer, Phila- 
delphia; Nat Lapatin, Baltimore-Washington; Bob Lippert, St. Louis-Kansas 
City; Marvin Deane, New York; and Don Graham, northern Calif. 




SOMETIMES EVEN 
HE CAN BE RIGHT 




IT’S A 

SMASH 



AL CASEY FOR STACY 


STACY 936 




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All Set To Go 



HOLLYWOOD — Don and Phil Everly, who hit recently with “That’s Old 
Fashioned” on Warner Brothers, are pictured above with Reggie Tobin, their 
road promotion manager, as they get ready for mid-west personal appearance 
tour. 


BRAND NEW VERSION 


“IVORY 

TOWER” 

CATHY CARR 

LAURIE 3133 


The Playmates 

“KEEP YOUR HANDS 
IN YOUR POCKETS” 

Roulette 4432 


Clear Sailing! 

“DON’T LET ME STAND 
IN YOUR WAY 

FRANKIE AVALON 

CHANCELLOR 


Launched 

“I’M ON THE WAGON” 
RONETTES 

COLPIX 

B. F. WOOD INC. 


Their Second Big Hit!! 

“BE KIND” 

Ronnie 

& Hi-Lites 

Arr. & Pro. by Hal Wess 

J-265 


@ JOY RECORDS 

1619 B'woy., N.Y. 19, N.”! 


Pericoli Inks Mgmt. 
Pact With Land! 

NEW YORK — Emilio Pericoli, whose 
got a top 100 disk with “A1 Di La” 
on the Warner Bros, label, has signed 
a personal management pact with 
Ermberto Landi, the impresario. 

In addition, the performer will be 
booked by General Artists Corp. 

The Italian performer is set to ar- 
rive in the U.S. at the end of this 
month for personal appearances. 


Liberty's Chi Distrib 
Names Promo Man 

HOLLYWOOD — Fred Cassman, re- 
cently appointed branch manager of 
newly formed Liberty Records Dis- 
tributing Co. of Illinois, has named 
Harvey Goldstein to handle promotion 
for his area. Goldstein will headquar- 
ter at the label’s Chicago offices at 
1329 S. Michigan Ave. His territory 
includes Illinois, Wisconsin and In- 
diana. 


Ganim Joins Kapp 

NEW YORK — Philip Skaff, managing 
director of sales for Kapp has an- 
nounced the appointment of Dennis 
Ganim as Midwest promotion repre- 
sentative. 

Moe Preskell, Kapp promo director 
said, “Ganim will further solidify 
Kapps promotional position in the 
field.” 


Wax Chuckle 



NEW YORK — Tony Bennett, whose 
latest Columbia album “I Left My 
Heart In San Francisco” is currently 
high on the charts, will appear in a 
repeat of his Carnegie Hall One Man 
Show at Forest Hills Stadium on Sat- 
urday July 28, 1962. A special two- 
record LL, entitled “Tony Bennett At 
Carnegie Hall,” recorded live at Car- 
negie Hall June 9, 1962, will soon be 
released by the label. 


RCA Victor Sales Meet 

NEW YORK— The RCA Victor Rec- 
ords fall sales convention at the Bilt- 
more Hotel in New York last week 
stressed the achievement in 1962 of 
RCA Camden, the company’s low- 
priced album line. One of the high- 
lights of the meeting was the an- 
nouncement of nine new releases for 
August and September as part of 
Camden’s “Best Buy” program. 

As an added impetus to the dis- 
tributors’ vitality in selling, RCA 
Camden has planned several sales in- 
centives, among which is the plan 
built around one of the new releases, 
“Cruise Along — Dance Along To The 
Music Of Geraldo.” Geraldo is the 
musical director of the Cunard White- 
Star line, and Camden has arranged 
a tie-in distributor promotion with a 
deluxe cruise as the grand prize. The 
distributor record manager who does 
the best selling and promotion job 
on RCA Camden will receive two 
tickets for Cunard’s 11-day Christmas 
and New Year’s Caribbean cruise 
aboard the liner Mauretania. 

The advertising campaign will in- 
clude space in consumer magazines 
and a full page in the trade magazines 
in August to announce the Best Buy 
merchandise. RCA Camden will also 
supply Point Of Sale material that 
will point up the value of RCA’s 
Camden line. 

Camden’s Best Buy release for 
August and September are; “Living 
Strings-Sunrise Serenade,” “Living 
Voices Sing Indian Love Call and 
Other Great Duets And Love Songs,” 
“The Lord Is My Shepherd,” by 
George Beverly Shea, “The One And 
Only Hank Snow,” “Dixieland” with 
Pete Fountain, “Living Voices On The 
Campus,” “Living Strings Play ‘Ten- 
nessee Waltz” And Other Country 
Favorites,” “The Father Of Blue 
Grass Music” by Bill Monroe, and 
“Cruise Along — Dance Along To The 
Music Of Geraldo.” 


New Japanese Stereo 

NEW YORK — An interesting an- 
nouncement was made last week from 
the pace-setting Japanese industry. 
The Victor Co. of Japan, Ltd., of Ni- 
honbashi Hon-cho, Tokyo has devel- 
oped a stereo console record player 
slanted at a 60 degree angle which 
reduces the depth of the unit to only 
8^/4 inches. The player, model STL- 
300, weighs about 38% pounds. 

Additional features of the machine 
include a built-in echo chamber and 
an “auto return-stopper” and “sleep- 
ing switch” to stop the turntable, re- 
turn the arm to its rest and shut off 
the motor automatically after each 
record is played. The new set will go 
on the market this month with a re- 
tail price of under a $100. 

Big Promo Set For 
"Shoof The Piano Player'' 

NEW YORK — Astor Pictures has 
high hopes for the theme from its 
newest flick, “Shoot The Piano Play- 
er,” which is set for release in New 
York in July. The first recording of 
the theme, taken from the soundtrack, 
will be distributed shortly as a single 
by Phillips Records. 

Astor reports that the music from 
the film is already popular on the 
continent, and that additional record- 
ings are in the works by major Amer- 
ican labels. “Shoot The Piano Player” 
was directed by Francois Truffaut 
with music composed by Georges Dele- 
rue. Release of the disk will coincide 
with the American premiere of the 
film. 

Folkways Releases 
Unusual Hawaiian LP 

NEW YORK- — An interesting record- 
ing of authentic Hawaiian music has 
just been released by Folkways Rec- 
ords. Tagged “Hawaiian Chant, Hula 
And Music,” the new LP was recorded 
in Hawaii by anthropologist Jacob 
Feuerring. Featured artists on the 
new release is one of Hawaii’s noted 
hula masters, Kaulaheaonamoku Hi- 
ona. 

The cover of the disk features one 
of the rare photographs of the early 
hula dance. A booklet of documentary 
notes accompanies the album, which 
will retail for $5.95. 


Elmer Bernstein Inks 
Pact With Choreo 

HOLLYWOOD — Ace flick cleffer 
Elmer Bernstein last week signed an 
exclusive three-year recording con- 
tract with Choreo Records, following 
a meeting with the label’s chairman 
of the board, Fred Astaire and veep 
Jackie Mills. The deal calls for Bern- 
stein to debut as a solo pianist and 
to conduct singles and albums from 
pop, motion picture and classical 
fields. 

For his initial effort under the new 
pact Bernstein batons an album of 
jazz themes from films he scored, in- 
cluding “Man With The Golden Arm,” 
“Walk On The Wild Side,” “Sweet 
Smell Of Success,” “Rat Race” and 
the first record performance of his 
theme for the new TV series, “Saints 
and Sinners.” 

More Classical Artists 
Added To Mercury Roster 

NEW YORK— The expansion of Mer- 
cury Records’ classical roster con- 
tinues. 

Latest arrivals are Rafael Puyana, 
harpsichordist, who has toured widely 
in the U.S. and Europe over the past 
five years, and the Romero family of 
guitar virtuosi, consisting of Cele- 
donio Romero and his sons, Celin, 
Pepe and Angel. 

Puyana was born in Bogota, Colum- 
bia, while the Romeros, originally 
from Malaga, Spain, now reside in 
Los Angeles. 

In the past weeks, label’s Wilma 
Cozart Fine, veep in charge of 
classics, has announced the inkings of 
three other long-hair performers, 
violinist Henry Szeryng, pianist Gina 
Bachauer and cellist Janos Starker. 


Connie A Scribe 

NEW YORK — Connie Francis, in 
France filming “Follow The Boys” 
for MGM, has written her first book, 
“For Every Young Heart,” to be re- 
leased by Prentice Hall on October 
25. 

After her return from Europe, the 
lark will open a four week engage- 
ment at the Sahara Hotel in Las 
Vegas. Currently, she is riding the 
charts with “Vacation.” 


Single Success Sparks 
New Hyland LP 

NEW YORK — Based on the current 
success of his high-on-the-charts sin- 
gle, “Sealed With A Kiss,” a new 
Brian Hyland album is being rushed 
out by ABC-Paramount, carrying the 
same title as the single. 

Contrary to its usual policy, the 
diskery is releasing the album im- 
mediately and not with other pack- 
ages. 

A special promotional campaign is 
being planned in conjunction with 
Pogo Productions, the songster’s 
management firm. 


Loco Talk 



PHILADELPHIA — Little Eva, who 
is currently riding high on the charts 
with “Loco-Motion” on Dimension, re- 
cently guested on Dick Clark’s net- 
work TV’er to promote the wax. 






Cameo/Parkway Holds 
Mid-Year Promo Meet 

PHILADELPHIA— The Cameo/Park- 
way Record Company held their mid- 
year meeting of promotion men last 
week at the Marriott Motor Hotel, 
this city. 

The theme of the confab was two- 
fold. One, a chance for Cameo/Park- 
way to express their gratitude to the 
promotion men for their combined ef- 
forts and cooperation in helping the 
firm to become one of the hottest rec- 
ord companies in the business (six 
months sales figures are reportedly in 
excess of $5,000,000). Secondly, to co- 
ordinate and further improve the pro- 
motional efforts of all distribs in their 
respective territories. 

The meeting was presided over by 
Messrs. Chipetz, Cahn and Kaplan. 
The firm unveiled several new singles 
about to be released and new promo- 
tions were discussed at length. 

The key promo men present were: 
Bernie Block (Baltimore), Paul Maged 
(Boston), Steve Harris (New York), 
Chuck Young (Buffalo), Bob Richards 
(Philadelphia), Lee Levine (Pitts- 
Wrgh), Johnny Musso (Cleveland), 
A1 Valente (Detroit), Bob Monaco 
(Chicago), Frank Buchan on (St. 
Louis), Dave Marshall (E. Hartford). 
Also in attendance was Cameo/Park- 
way’s west coast representative, Lee 
La Seff from L.A. and east coast rep, 
Clark Geartner from New York. 

Bemie Lowe, prexy of the firm, was 
unable to attend tbe meeting due to a 
last minute commitment in Holly- 
wood. While on the coast, Lowe sched- 
uled several recording sessions, high- 
lighted by a new Bobby Rydell single 
and LP. 


Fabian To Star In 
'Take Her She's Mine" 

HOLLYWOOD — Fabian has been set 
to co-star with Jimmy Stewart in 20th 
Century-Fox’s “Take Her She’s Mine” 
(based on the Broadway show). 

The new production will mark the 
actor-songster’s first flick since sign- 
ing his new 20th Century pact. 

Fabian is currently on a six-week 
summer stock tour throughout the 
northeast, starring in “John Loves 
Mary.” 


Name Change 

NEW YORK — The Deltas, just out 
with “Work Song” on the Philips 
label, are actually the old Delta 
Rhythm Boys, it was learned by Cash 
Box last week. The new name is an 
attempt to break through the barrier 
that seems to arise sometimes be- 
tween an older act and a younger 
audience. 


Simmons Heads Promo 
At- Original Sound 

HOLLYWOOD — Original Sound Sales 
Corp., 7120 Sunset Blvd., this city, 
last week named Gene Simmons to 
head the newly-created department of 
national promotion and customer re- 
lations. 

Simmons said that the label’s latest 
release, “The Dare” by Jimmy Tyler, 
is currently being mailed to spinners 
coordinated with TV appearance and 
in-store promotions. 


Roger Kahn Dies; 

Oric Leader-Cleffer 

NEW YORK — Roger Wolfe Kahn, 
former orchestra leader and song- 
writer, died last week (12) at the Co- 
lumbia-Presbyterian Medical Center 
at the ago of 54. 

Kahn, who was the son of famed 
financier Otto H. Kahn, had a jazz 
band years ago that at various points 
included the membership of Tommy 
Dorsey, Artie Shaw and Morton Dow- 
ney. His most familiar song penned 
by him was “Crazy Rhythm.” Kahn 
also achieved recognition as a test 
pilot. 


UA To Distribute 
Disks From Stacy 

NEW YORK — Art Talmadge, topper 
of United Artists Records, announced 
last week the signing of a long-term 
distribution contract with Stacy Rec- 
ord, a Chicago-based indie. 

The initial release to be handled by 
UA, Talmadge said, is A1 Casey’s 
chart-riding “Jivin’ Around.” All 
Stacy releases will be isued on the 
Stacy label, but will carry a United 
Artists number. 

RCA Hits New 
Earning Peak 

NEW YORK — Earnings and sales of 
Radio Corporation of America gained 
sharply in the three months and six 
months ended June 30 from the cor- 
responding periods last year. First 
half sales and profit set records for 
the period. 

The second quarter net rose to $9.5 
million, or 51 cents a common share, 
from $5.6 million, or 29 cents a share, 
a year earlier, the company an- 
announced. Sales in the quarter rose 
to $428.9 million, a record for the 
period, from $360.1 million in 1961. 

David Sarnoff, chairman, and Elmer 
W. Engstrom, president, said in a 
joint statement that the profit and 
sales gains reflected a strong growth 
pattern in all the principal areas of 
RCA’s operations. 

“If the economy maintains its pres- 
ent level of activity, RCA will do even 
better in the second half of 1962 than 
in the first,” they said. 

RCA officials reported that first half 
sales of home instruments was the 
highest in the company’s 43 year his- 
tory. Home instruments are color and 
black and white television sets, radios, 
and phonographs. It was also an- 
nounced by the company that it is set- 
ting new monthly production records 
in the output of color tubes, with fa- 
cilities operating on a round-the-clock 
basis to meet public demands. 

Modernaires Ink 
New Pact With UA 

NEW YORK — Art Talmadge, presi- 
dent of United Artists Records, has 
announced the signing by The Mod- 
ernaires to a new recording contract. 
The group has been recording under 
the UA label for the past year. 

In addition to the recording con- 
tract, the Modernaires have also been 
signed as regulars on the Red Skelton 
one-hour weekly TV network show 
starting with the September 25 pro- 
gram. Meanwhile, the group, which 
has successfully spanned the enter- 
tainment eras from the big band days 
of the forties to the present, has been 
on a cross-country personal appear- 
ance tour. 


Pinkard Dies At 65 

NEW YORK— Composer Maceo Pink- 
ard died earlier this week at the age 
of 65. The composer will always be 
remembered for such songs as “Sweet 
Georgia Brown,” “Sugar,” “Them 
There Eyes,” and “Gimmie A Little 
Kiss, Will Ya Huh,” as well as the 
Broadway hit musical “Liza.” Pinkard 
is survived by his wife Edna. This 
year marked his 40th anniversary 
with ASCAP. 

Century Gets 
Canadian Exposure 

PITTSBURGH— Quality Records Ltd. 
of Canada is now distributing Century 
Records in Canada, according to Cen- 
tury topper Eddie Moschetti. Negotia- 
tions are under way for representa- 
tion in other parts of the world, Mos- 
chetti reported. 


Flamingo Debuts 

NEW YORK — Bernie Schwartz an- 
nounced that he will be General Man- 
ager of a newly formed recording 
company. Flamingo Records. The 
diskery will be located in New York 
City and is set to first release with 
an artist called Big John. 


Camden Show 4-Track 
Stereo Tape At Sales Meet 

NEW YORK — At its annual sales con- 
vention last week, RCA Camden an- 
nounced the introduction of a high 
quality pre-recorded 7%" 4-track 
stereo tape line with a $4.95 price 
(optional with dealer) for both classi- 
cal and popular stereophonic tapes. 
The initial Best Buy release is com- 
prised of eight tapes, five popular and 
three stereo. 

Addressing a gathering of approxi- 
mately 250 key personnel, J. Y. Bur- 
gess, Jr., RCA Victor Records Division 
vice president stated: “To open all 
possible opportunities for tape vol- 
ume, we are introducing tbe RCA 
Camden line, a high quality pre-re- 
corded tape aimed at the impulse 
buyer of the mass market at an econ- 
omy price.” 

The new RCA Camden stereo tapes 
will be issued on a monthly basis, with 
two popular and one classical tape per 
release. The repertoire will include the 
best of The Living Strings-Living 
Voices series, and some outstanding 
classical works by the Oslo Philhar- 
monic Orchestra. 

First RCA Camden tape releases in- 
clude: “Everybody Cha-Cba” by Fred 
Astaire Dance Studio Orchestra; “Ha- 
waii In Stereo” with the Leo Addeo 
Orchestra; “Living Strings Play 
Music For Romance;” “Living Strings 
Play Moon River And Other Hit Mo- 
tion Picture Themes;” “Living Strings 
Plus Two Pianos Play The Most Beau- 
tiful Music In The World;” “The 
Grand Canyon Suite” by Fjeldstad, 
Oslo Philharmonic ; “Rachmaninoff 
Piano Concerto No. 2 in C Minor,” by 
Baekkelund, Fjeldstad, Oslo Philhar- 
monic; and “Strauss Waltzes” by 
Fjeldstad, Oslo Philharmonic. 


Minsky's Anyone? 

NEW YORK — The tremendous suc- 
cess of David Rose’s MGM recording 
of “The Stripper” seems to have 
started a trend. Quite a number of re- 
leases, reaching Cash Box’s offices in 
the past few weeks, have been cut in 
the pulsating ‘burlesque’ beat. Among 
them are Stu Phillips’ “The Tease” 
(Colpix), The Johnny Lewis Trio’s 
“The Grind” (Coral), Jim Pierce’s 
“The Peel” (Republic), Sonny Lester’s 
“Raid On the Stripper” and “Bumps 
And Grinds” (Roulette), The Gen- 
teels’ “Take It Off” (Capitol), Cam- 
marata’s “Like Lost” (Vista) and 
Rose’s own follow-up, “Black And Tan 
Fantasy,” among others. 

Chad Mitchell Trio 
Riding High 

NEW YORK — The fortunes of the 
Chad Mitchell Trio, currently appear- 
ing at the Crescendo in Hollywood 
(thru July 28) are continuing to soar. 
With a popular deck that caused a 
nation-wide controversy (“The John 
Birch Society”), a new LP (“Chad 
Mitchell Trio At The Bitter End”) and 
a successful tour of Latin America 
under the auspices of the State De- 
partment behind them, the folk group 
is now solidly booked through March, 
1963. 

The Kapp recording artists, who are 
managed by Frank Freid’s Triangle 
Productions in Chicago, will be ap- 
pearing in a myriad of clubs, colleges 
and state fairs in the coming months. 


Stu Phillips To Compose 
"Diner's Club" Score 

NEW YORK— Stu Phillips, Colpix 
A&R exec, was assigned last week to 
compose the score for Columbia Pic- 
ture’s forthcoming “The Man From 
The Diner’s Club.” 

Phillips, who recently returned from 
the coast where he cut Paul Petersen 
and Shelley Fabares, will return to 
Hollywood shortly to begin work on 
the film. Starring in the movie will be 
Danny Kaye, Martha Hyer, Cara Wil- 
liams and Telly Savales. 


Gloria Honored In Chi 



CHICAGO — Everest Records’ Gloria 
Lynne was recently feted at a cock- 
tail party at the Southerland Lounge 
here. Paul and Peggy Glass, Allstate 
Record distributors, gave the affair 
which was attended by the local press 
and deejays. The above shot shows the 
lark chatting with spinner Daddy-0- 
Daylie. 


HOT R&B RELEASES!!! 


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BONITA CANTRELL 
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“WHAT YOU GONNA DO” 
“SINCE I’VE BEEN BORN” 

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Still Climbing 

SOFT WALKIN’ 

FREDDIE HOUSTON 

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Breaking Across the Nation 

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Cash Box — July 28. 1962 


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A TV First 



NEW YORK — Fuzzy, yes — but also 
historic is this photo of Yves Mon- 
tand, internationally known French 
chanter and Philips Records artist, as 
he appeared July 11 on Gotham tele- 
vision sets during the first direct 
telecast from France to the United 
States, beamed via the Telstar com- 
munications satellite. The eight min- 
ute show from France was taped in 
Paris and transmitted from Pleumeur- 
Boudou. Montand sang “La Chanson- 
nette” w’hich has been acquired by 
the Big 3 Music Corporation, (Robbins 
Feist & Miller) for English speaking 
countries. Written by Philippe Gerard 
and J. Drejac, the tune was cut by 
Montand on the Philips label. “La 
Chansonnette” is also set to be fea- 
tured in the forthcoming MGM film 
production, “The Friendliest Girls In 
The World.” 



HITSVILLE REVISITED! 


DONT WORRY 


^BOUT ME 


Vince Edwards — Decca 


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David Rose Orch. — MGM 


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UA Sets All-Out 
Promo For ''Bird Man" 
Disk And Flick 

NEW YORK— United Artists has 
opened an all-out promotion cam- 
paign on its new film, “The Bird Man 
Of Alcatraz,” with concurrent promo- 
tional effort being devoted to the disk. 

The film, which stars Burt Lan- 
caster, who is also heard on the rec- 
ord with the Highwaymen, is enjoy- 
ing considerable box office success in 
key cities throughout the country. 
One of the stunts used to promote the 
picture and the disk is a special dee 
jay tie-in in each city. Jail Cells have 
been constructed in the lobbies of 
local theaters playing the picture, 
and a dee jay is locked in the cell 
where he plays the record and con- 
ducts his show. 1,000 keys to the cell 
are distributed throughout the city, 
and the person who is able to open 
the cell receives a stockpile of gifts 
ranging from stereo sets to record 
libraries. 

The stunt has already been worked 
in St. Louis, Washington, Cleveland, 
Memphis, Los Angeles, Salt Lake City, 
and Akron. Additional tie-ups are 
scheduled for a dozen other cities 
within the near future. 

UA reported that the promotion 
has paid off with increased record 
sales and box office receipts. 


RCA Victor Innovates 
'Adopt A School' Plan 

NEW YORK — RCA Victor Records 
has announced a plan called “Adopt A 
School” which has been implemented 
to boost the sales of classical record- 
ings and further the musical educa- 
tion of teenagers. The plan was an- 
nounced during the two-day fall sales 
meet held at the Biltmore Hotel in 
New York. 

The project will provide free to 
schools throughout the country 100- 
album Red Seal stereo libraries, port- 
able RCA Victor phonographs, and 
valuable student prizes. To inspire 
student excitement in the plan, Victor 
is sending hundreds of “classical 
sweatshirts” bearing a picture of 
Beethoven on the front and the words 
“I Dig Culture” on the back. 

“The basic idea behind our “Adopt 
A School” program is to stimulate in- 
terest in an appreciation of good 
music in the Junior High and High 
School age group throughout the 
country,” said William I. Alexander, 
Victor’s manager of advertising, pub- 
licity and promotion. 


Damone's "Lively Ones" 
On TV And Disk 

HOLLYWOOD — Vic Damone’s third 
LP for Capitol, “The Lively Ones,” 
will be issued on July 30, four days 
after the premiere telecast of his new 
NBC-TV network series of the same 
title. 

Throughout the summer-long run of 
the series, the album will be closely 
tied-in on each show. The cover of the 
LP shows the songster flanged by two 
of his sidekicks on the series, “Tiger” 
Joan Staley and “Charlie” Shirley 
Yelm. 

On the musical side, “The Lively 
Ones” showcases Damone in upbeat 
renditions of eleven standards plus 
the original title tune. Arrangements 
are by Jack Marshall and Billy May 
with the ork conducted by May. 


Riddle Cuts 
TV Themes LP 

HOLLYWOOD — Cashing in on the 
current popularity of television 
themes as LP material. Nelson Riddle 
last week began work on a Capitol 
album of TV themes based on the suc- 
cess of his current chart-riding single, 
“Theme From Route 66.” 

Among the shows to be represented 
in the album, which will be rushed 
out for a September release, are “Dr. 
Kildare,” “The Untouchables,” “Naked 
City” and “Route 66.” The only new 
theme from an upcoming series which 
will be in the LP is Riddle’s own from 
“San Benedict.” 


Synthetic Plastics 
Changes Name To 
Ambassador Record Corp. 

NEW YORK— As the result of a na- 
tion-wide survey Synthetic Plastics 
Record Corp., has changed its name to 
Ambassador Record Corporation. Ac- 
cording to the firm’s executive veep, 
Ira L. Moss, the new name is more in 
keeping with the recently expanded 
operations of the organization. The 
name change will not alter the pri- 
mary purpose of the firm which op- 
erates as the distributing and sales 
organization for Synthetic Plastics 
Company of Newark, New Jersey, 
manufacturers of Peter Pan, Guest 
Star, Diplomat and Hear How records. 

Ambassador will shortly announce 
the details of its record releases and 
international sales and promotion pro- 
gram. 


Reprise Promo Men 
To Have Their Day 

HOLLYWOOD — Radio personnel have 
been notified that Mon., July 30 is 
“Be Kind To Your Reprise Promotion 
Man Day.” 

According to Ernie Farrell, label’s 
promotion &ector, all radio personnel 
are expected to support this declara- 
tion and hold this date open to take 
their Reprise promotion man out to 
lunch. 

“Reservations shall be made well 
in advance to avoid any inconvenience 
that might occur to our Reprise rep- 
resentative,” Farrell directs. 

On this date, Farrell will be stand- 
ing by in his Hollywood office 
equipped with beeper phones, prepared 
to tape “excited” radio personnel call- 
ing in to describe their luncheon 
menus. 


Hefti To Compose Score 
For 'Xome Blow Your Horn" 

NEW YORK — Neal Hefti has been 
signed by producers Bud Yorkin and 
Norman Lear to compose and conduct 
the music for “Come Blow Your 
Horn,” which their Tandem Produc- 
tions will put before the cameras on 
September 10, in association with 
Frank Sinatra’s Essex Productions 
and Paramount Pictures. 

Hefti’s score for the flick, based on 
the hit Broadway show by Neil Simon, 
will also be made into an LP by Re- 
prise Records. 


A Sound Display 



NEW YORK — Cameo-Parkway had 
a prominent display at the NAMM 
music show here last week. Shown 
above is model Susan Lee Geartner 
and John Morgan, veep for advertis- 
ing and merchandising for Sylvania 
displaying the label’s new 4:35 mm 
film album line. 


Philips Boosts "Balloon" 
With Movie Party 

CHICAGO — Dealers, spinners, re- 
porters and record librarians along 
with a number of their wives and 
children attended a special Philips 
Records “coke and cocktail” family 
party last week in the Windy City’s 
Surf Theatre. The party was part of 
the label’s promotion of its new LP, 
“Le Voyage En Ballon,” the sound- 
track recording from the French 
flick “Stowaway In The Sky.” 

The affair, planned by Philips’ na- 
tional promotion manager, Morris 
Diamond and Garlen Distributors, Inc. 
of this city, featured a screening of 
the movie and displays of the album. 


Mercury Inks New Songster 

CHICAGO — Mercury Records newest 
talent pactee is a new songster, Har- 
old Ward, a Chicagoan who has been 
warbling at various Windy City 
niteries. His mother is also a singer, 
performing under the tag of Queen 
E. Reason. 


The United Artists Family 



MIAMI BEACH — United Artists Records personnel and the firm’s distributors 
and their promotion personnel, recently concluded one of the most successful 
sales meetings in the firm’s history in Miami Beach. UA execs, in the front 
rows from left to right are: Alan Douglas, Jazz A & R director; Norman 
Land, European representative; Nick Perito, musical director; Herb Linsky, 
national promotion director; Steve Morris, assistant director of foreign opera- 
tions; Ray Free, New York promotion; Art Talmadge, president; Chet Woods, 
vice-president; Morris S. Price, director of Sales; Norman Weiser, vice-presi- 
dent; Si Mael, vice-president; Sidney Shemel, director of foreign operations; 
Joe Medlin, R & B promotion and A & R, and Marv Browdy, eastern regional 
sales manager. 





MCA Charged With Anti-Trust 
Vioiation; Cioses Taient Agency 


Epic Offers Discount 
On Distrib Purchases 

NEW YORK — Epic Records will offer 
a 15% discount on distributor pur- 
chases from July 23 through Septem- 
ber 21 for the entire Epic/Okeh LP 
catalog including the company’s new 
releases, according to an announce- 
ment from Leonard S. Levy, national 
sales manager. 

In conjunction with the sales pro- 
gram, Levy stated, “We will also have 
a deferred billing arrangement and a 
special incentive program for dis- 
tributor salesmen. Each distributor- 
ship will receive a supply of com- 
pletely new and illustrated Epic cata- 
logs. They are permanent catalogs 
and will be supplemented periodically. 
DJ and display material have been 
prepared and a new and revised cata- 
log order form will be provided to fa- 
cilitate dealer ordering and inventory 
control.” 


Epic Issues 21 New 
LP's For August 

(Continued from page 6) 

ment” renders a disk of original 
compositions inspired by African na- 
tionalism. The third premiere album 
is “Introducing The Travellers,” by a 
folk-singing group from Canada. 

Another Canadian talent, 88’er Bill 
Butler, appears with “Concertos 
From Hollywood” and Ralph Burns 
presents an instrumental album 
tagged “Swingin’ Down The Lane.” 

An LP which features strongly 
rhythmed soul ballads is offered by 
Jon and Sondra in “My Happiness.” 

The Epic jazz release for August 
is “Billy Plays Bix,” an album of 
tunes associated with Bix Beider- 
becke and played by the Billy Butter- 
field jazz band. 

George Jessel makes his appear- 
ance in an album called “Old 
Friends,” in which he recites selected 
classical works, accompanied at the 
organ by Paul Taubman. 

Lester Lanin has a new album in 
“Dancing Theatre Party.” Addition- 
ally, the orkster’s first album for 
Epic, “Lester Lanin And His Orches- 
tra,” reappears in the electronically 
re-channeled for stereo version. An- 
other re-channeled disk, “The Ahmad 
Jamal Trio,” will also be part of the 
August release. 

The Okeh release is a gospel album, 
“God Glorifies,” featuring the Sons 
Of Glory. 

The Epic classical release includes 
two LP’s by the Cleveland Orchestra 
conducted by George Szell; pianist 
Charles Rosen with “Twelve Etudes 
(Complete)” by Debussy; the fourth 
volume in the series of Handel Con- 
cert! Gross! by the Handel Festival 
Orchestra; “Vida Chenoweth — Classi- 
cal Marimbist;” and the Easter Ora- 
torio of Bach with Marcel Couraud 
conducting the soloists and the Ba- 
roque Chorus and Ensemble of Stutt- 
gart. 


Mathis & Mancini Set 
Record At Seattle Fair 

SEATTLE — Johnny Mathis and Henry 
Mancini’s ork reportedly grossed $59,- 
598 during a five-day engagement in 
the Seattle World’s Fair Opera House, 
July 3-7, for a new record in that loca- 
tion, despite a heavy rain fall on July 
5, which cut down the size of the 
crowd at the Fair that day. The 
Mathis-Mancini duo filled the house 
that day as they did the remainder of 
the date. 


Industry Preps For 
Chi World's Fair 

CHICAGO— The RCA Sales Corpora- 
tion has doubled the amount of space 
originally contracted for the World’s 
Fair of Music and Sound in McCor- 
mick Place, August 31-September 9. 

Jack M. Williams, veep of adver- 
tising and sales promo, RCA Sales 
Corp., on making the announcement 
last week, stated, “We made the de- 
cision to increase our exhibit space at 
the World’s Fair of Music and Sound 
so that we will be assured of display- 
ing our complete line to the best 
advantage.” 

The RCA Sales Corp. and RCA 
Victor exhibit will be the largest area 
devoted to home entertainment equip- 
ment and records. 

The MGM/ Verve Records’ exhibit 
will be brightened by the appearance 
of Richard Chamberlain, Connie 
Francis, Conway Twitty, Joni James, 
Ella Fitzgerald, Jaye P. Morgan, Stan 
Getz and Leroy Holmes. The stars will 
take part in music demonstrations and 
will meet the consumer public every 
day at the firm’s exhibit. 

Incorporated as part of the MGM/ 
Verve exhibit will be a motion picture 
theater featuring technicolor movies 
of the various artists in performance. 
The display will also include current 
album releases and catalog covers. 

The World’s Fair of Music and 
Sound is the first trade and consumer 
exposition devoted exclusively to 
music and sound. It will include, in 
addition to an entertainment spec- 
tacular which will present opera, clas- 
sical, pop, jazz and folk music in a 
single hour one half show, product 
exhibits, educational symposia, busi- 
ness seminars, musical demonstra- 
tions, an array of international folk 
singers, dancers, and historical collec- 
tions of rare instruments. 

The Fair will open with a giant 
marching band and show biz star 
parade through Chicago’s loop. 


(Continued from page 6) 
sional, gold-foil star mobiles, each 
exhibiting 16 LPs in full color, each 
easily adaptable as self -standing win- 
dow or in store displays. Four album 
holders imprinted with six-inch square 
duplications of Best Buy albums, cre- 
ated for double-duty counter display 
and maximum in-store exposure. 
Streamers, 3 by 4 feet, showing all 
32 Best Buy LPs in full color which 
provide dealers with a choice of using 
them either in-store or as backdrops 
for windows. Lastly, there’s a 12 page 
Consumer Supplement suitable for 
mailing, with dealer imprint space 
and order form. The supplement 
shows the Best Buy theme, album 
cover cuts and descriptive copy. 

To distribute local advertising by 
distributors, Victor will provide ad 
mats — ^full page, tabloid size, 600-line 
and 280-line — designed with tear-off 
coupons for customer mailing. 

Among its distributor incentive 
projects, Victor has announced it will 
award two pairs of tickets to Para- 

Liberfy Brass Hits Road 

(Continued from page 6) 
tional sales manager Don Bohanan 
and his assistant, Ken Revercomb, 
departed for similar gatherings 
throughout the country. Other impor- 
tant stops include the mid-west with 
a meeting scheduled for July 24, at 
the Ambassador East. Attending will 
be reps from Cadet, Concord, 
Heilicher, Cosnat, Ohio, Roberts and 
Liberty Distributing. The east coast 
conclave will be held at New York’s 
Park Sheraton Hotel on July 26. On 
hand will be key people from Cosnat, 
Pa., E. S. B., Malverne, Metro, Mu- 
tual, Schwartz, Seaboard, Smith and 
Wendy. A southern meeting is also 
set for July 28, at the Hotel Roose- 
velt in New Orleans. Distributors par- 
ticipating include B & K, Big State, 
Dixie, F & F, Pan American, Pelican, 
Record Sales, Perry Shankle, South- 
ern and J. A. Walsh. 

Bohanan will also be flanked by 
division sales managers Joe Zaleski in 
the east, Rick Frio in the midwest, 
Dick Bowman in the south and Lee 
Mendell on the west coast. 

The starting date of the program, 
dealer terms, and product available, 
will be announced shortly. 


It was announced at deadline that 
the Music Corporation of America, the 
world’s largest talent agency, has 
gone out of business. The demise of 
the agency leaves some of the world’s 
most famous entertainers without 
agent representation. The Screen 
Actors Guild will temporarily act as 
middle man in ironing out difficulties 
created by the closing of MCA’s Tal- 
ent Agency doors. 

WASHINGTON— The U.S. Govern- 
ment has instituted an antitrust suit 
against Music Corporation of Amer- 
ica, the nation’s largest talent agency 
and producer of filmed TV shows. The 
civil suit, filed in U.S. District Court 
in Los Angeles, asks that MCA be 
ordered to dissolve its talent agency 
and divest itself of Decca Records, 
Inc., and a Decca subsidiary. Univer- 
sal Pictures, Inc. Also specified was 
that certain contracts between MCA 
and various unions and performers be 
declared illegal. 

MCA already had finalized its plan 
to dispose of its talent agency but 
was restrained by court order from 
doing so at this time. The government 
charges that the talent agency may be 
a monopoly and should be dissolved, 
and not merely transferred to new 
ownership. 

In addition to naming MCA a de- 
fendant in the suit, the government 
labeled as “co-conspirators,” two 
talent unions, the Screen Actor’s 
Guild and the Writers Guild of Amer- 
ica, West, Inc. 

Attorneys for the Justice Depart- 
ment and MCA met in Los Angeles 
last week to confer on the antitrust 
suit in an attempt to clarify the situa- 
tion. Matters were further compli- 
cated by the expiration of the talent 
agency’s franchise with the screen 


dise Island, all expenses paid, to the 
distributors who carry out the most 
effective sales, advertising and dis- 
play campaigns. 

During August and September, 17 
pop albums will be released as part 
of the Best Buy campaign. New re- 
leases are, “Let’s Sit This One Out” 
by Paul Anka, “The Vivacious One” 
by Ann-Margret, “Exotic Suite Of 
The Americas and Six Other Prado 
Sound Spectaculars” by Perez Prado, 
“Caribbean Guitar” by Chet Atkins, 
“Honolulu Honky Tonk” by Frankie 
Carle, Dave Gardner’s “Did You 
Ever?”, “Hugo Winterhalter Goes . . . 
Continental,” top country artists per- 
forming “The Honest To Goodness 
Country Music Hits,” Perry Como’s 
“By Request,” Duane Eddy’s “Twangy 
Guitar-Silky Strings,” “Della On 
Stage” by Della Reese, “Folk Mati- 
nee” by The Limelighters, “I Remem- 
ber Hank Williams” by Floyd Cramer, 
“12 Sides Of Loudermilk,” “What’s 
New” by Sonny Rollins & Co., 
“Everybody Loves H. B. — Barnum . . . 
That Is!” and “Sometimes I Feel Like 
Cryin’ ” by Odetta. 

In the Red Seal division, the Best 
Buy releases for August are: “Rubin- 
stein At Carnegie Hall,” “La Boheme” 
with Anna Moffo, Richard Tucker, 
Mary Costa, and Robert Merrill; 
“Swing Low, Sweet Chariot” by Leon- 
tyne Price; “No Strings and State 
Fair” by the Boston Pops; “Berlioz 
Symphonic Fantastique” played by 
the Boston Symphony Orchestra; 
“Vieutemps Concerto No. 5 In A 
Minor, Op. 37 and The Bruch Scottish 
Fantasy” performed by Heifetz; and 
“I’ll Walk With God” by Mario Lanza. 

The September Red Seal Best Buy 
releases are: “Die Walkure” by Wag- 
ner; “Heifetz-Piatigorsky Concerts” 
with Primrose, Pennario and Guests; 
“Berlioz Romeo & Juliet” with Elias, 
Valletti, and Tozzi; “Also Sprach 
Zarathustra” with Fritz Reiner and 
the Chicago Symphony; “Fiddle 
Faddle” by Arthur Fiedler & The 
Boston Pops; “Highlights From 
Aida,” and “Highlights From II Trov- 
atore” with Leontyne Price. 

Victor has announced additional 
plans to promote RCA Camden disks 
and RCA Camden 7%" 4-track stereo 
reel tapes as part of the Best Buy 
program. 


actor’s guild. Without this franchise, 
MCA cannot- serve as agents for 
actors in movies and TV. The Guild 
contends that MCA cannot fairly rep- 
resent actors when it was also hiring 
them for its own productions. 

As for MCA’s plans for complying 
with the court order and fulfilling its 
agreements with the guild, neither its 
president. Lew Wasserman, nor any 
of the other company officials were 
available for comment. However, the 
Los Angeles office of the California 
Labor Commission said MCA had re- 
quested applications for state talent 
agent licenses for 31 MCA employes, 
including Wasserman and Jules Stein, 
MCA chairman. Whether a new com- 
pany is still in the offing, or individual 
agents are going out on their own, has 
not been indicated yet. 

The government demands could 
make this a lengthy litigation inas- 
much as MCA recently acquired Decca 
and is not likely to give it up with- 
out a struggle. The company also 
suggested that it may have other 
plans for spreading out in the enter- 
tainment field. 

The Justice Department charged 
that MCA’s unique “dual role placed 
competing talent agencies and televi- 
sion producers at a substantial dis- 
advantage.” The agency alleged MCA 
has been able to sell entertainers and 
programs on an “unlawful tie-in” 
basis, forcing purchasers to take on 
lesser known entertainers and pro- 
grams to get the big names. 

Said Attorney General Robert F. 
Kennedy, “these actions constituted 
a conspiracy to restrain trade and to 
monopolize in violation of . . . the 
Sherman Antitrust Act.” The agency 
charged that MCA restricted the busi- 
ness of other talent agencies and pro- 
gram producers, and deprived enter- 
tainers of adequate representation. 
The suit asks the court to enjoin MCA 
permanently from operating a talent 
agency, and to rid itself of its present 
operation. 

MCA’s acquisition of Decca Records 
and its subsidiary company. Univer- 
sal pictures, made MCA one of the 
largest entertainment companies in 
the industry. 


Mercury Clebanoff Month 

(Continued from page 6) 

cury artist is currently on a personal 
appearance tour of 14 major cities. 
After winding up his tour, Clebanoff 
will return to Los Angeles to prepare 
for a concert in The Hollywood Bowl 
on August 25. 


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Victor Bows 32 Albums For Fall 


Maharis-Pep Cocktail Party 



HOLLYWOOD — George Maharis, who 
is currently riding high with an Epic 
single, “Love Me As I Love You,” and 
an LP, “George Maharis Sings,” re- 
cently kicked off the release of the 
new single by running a cocktail party 
co-hosted by himself and Pep distribs. 
The affair, held at the Hollywood 
Hills Hotel, was attended by deejays, 
other radio station personnel, record 
dealers, one-stops and press reps. 
Among the guests, (pictured in the 
top photo) were KLAC’s Mr. and Mrs. 
Jay Cook, (middle pic, left to right) 
KNX’s Carole Steller and Bob Crane 
and unidentified guest and (bottom 
pic) KFI’s Esther Kalenjian and 
Jerry Sybilrud. 


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Celler Anti-Juke Box Exemption Bill Introduced In Congress 

(Continued from page 6) 


ment was expected to have been 
granted. Officials of the Music Oper- 
ators Of America, also requested a 
postponement of the hearing until 
after Labor Day. 

The Bill is reproduced in its en- 
tirety on page 46. 

87TH CONGRESS 
2D SESSION 

H. R. 12450 


IN THE HOUSE OF 
REPRESENTATIVES 

July 11, 1962 


A BILL 

To provide for the payment of royal- 
ties by jukebox operators to the 
owners of performance rights in copy- 
righted music and for the fair and 
orderly determination of the amount 
and distribution of such royalties, and 
for other purposes. 

Be it enacted by the Senate and 
House of Representatives of the 
United States of America in Congress 
assembled, That section 1 of title 17, 
United States Code is amended by 
deleting the third paragraph of sub- 
section (e) thereof and inserting in 
lieu thereof the following new sub- 
sections (f) and (g) : 

“(f) The reproduction or rendition 
of a copyrighted musical composition 
publicly by or upon a coin-operated 
machine shall be deemed to be a pub- 
lic performance for profit and the 
operator of any such machine shall be 
liable for any infringement of any 
copyright on any such musical com- 
position occurring through the use of 
such machine: Provided, That pay- 
ment by the operator of a coin-op- 
erated machine of the royalty pro- 
vided for in subsection (g) of this 
section shall be a complete defense to 
a suit for infringement of the copy- 
right on any musical composition re- 
produced or rendered by or upon such 
coin-operated machine. As used in this 
and the succeeding subsection, the 
term ‘operator’ means any individual, 
partnership, association, or corpora- 
tion exercising ownership or primary 
control over any such machine or hav- 
ing primary responsibility for the 
selection of the place at which such 
machine is operated, but does not 
include the proprietor of such place 
unless such proprietor owns or exer- 
cises primary control over such ma- 
chine or has exclusive control over its 
placement for operation. 

‘‘(g) (1) There is hereby estab- 
lished the Office of Performing Rights 
Trustees, comprising three Trustees 
to be appointed by the Attorney Gen- 
eral of the United States, to deter- 
mine the amount of royalties arising 
from the licensing of performances of 
musical compositions on coin-operated 
machines and to supervise the collec- 
tion and distribution of said royalties. 
The Attorney General shall designate 
one of the Trustees to serve as Chair- 
man. Of the Trustees originally ap- 
pointed, one shall be appointed for a 
period of five years, another for a 
period of three years, and the third 
for a period of one year. Trustees 
shall be eligible for reappointment. At 


the expiration of the terms of the 
Trustees originally appointed, their 
successors shall be appointed for 
terms of five years each, except that 
any individual appointed to fill a 
vacancy shall be appointed only for 
the unexpired term of the Trustee 
whom he shall succeed. 

“(2) The Trustees shall establish 
and maintain administrative offices 
and employ personnel necessary to ac- 
complish the purposes of subsections 
(f) and (g) of this section, provided 
that the total expenses of the Office 
of Performing Rights Trustees are to 
be defrayed out of the royalties paid 
to and received by the Trustees, as 
hereinafter provided. 

“(3) The Trustees shall have au- 
thority from time to time to make, 
amend, and rescind such rules and 
regulations as may be necessary for 
carrying out the provisions of subsec- 
tions (f) and (g) of this section, and 
shall make an annual report to the 
Attorney General with regard to the 
operations of the office. Such report 
shall also be printed as a public docu- 
ment by the Government Printing 
Office. 

“(4) The Trustees shall determine 
after public notice and hearing, the 
amount of royalty that shall be pay- 
able to the Trustees by the operators 
of coin-operated machines, as defined 
in subsection (f) of this section, and 
the time and manner of such pay- 
ment: Provided, That for the first 
year following the effective date of 
subsections (f) and (g) of this sec- 
tion the amount of the royalty is fixed 
at $5 per annum per machine on 
location: And provided further. That 
for the period of the succeeding four 
years the amount of the royalty shall 
be not less than $5 and not more than 
$25 per annum per machine on loca- 
tion. At the close of the initial five- 
year period, the Trustees shall, after 
public notice and hearing, determine 
the amount of the royalty thereafter 
payable by operators for each suc- 
ceeding five year period. Payment by 
an operator of one or more coin- 
operated machines to the Trustees of 
the royalty herein fixed or hereafter 
determined for any period by the 
Trustees shall satisfy in full the per- 
formance royalty rights for the ap- 
plicable period for all musical com- 
positions performed on said machine 
or machines in such period. 

“(5) The Trustees, for the purpose 
of arriving at an equitable determina- 
tion of the amount of royalty payable 
for periods subsequent to the first 
year following the effective date of 
subsections (f) and (g) of this sec- 
tion, shall consider performance 
rights fees in other industries in 
which recorded music is utilized, 
revenues of copyright owners from 
performance rights, payments by the 
public for performances of copy- 
righted works by means of coin- 
operated machines, the effect of a 
proposed fee upon the financial ability 
of operators, including operators who 
are also the proprietors of the places 
at which their machines are operated, 
government indices of changes in the 
value of the monetary unit, and other 
relevant factors. The determination 
of the Trustees as to the amount of 
royalty for any period and as to the 
time and manner of payment of the 
royalty shall be final, provided that 


any operator who considers himself 
aggrieved by reason of any such de- 
termination of the Trustees may, 
within sixty days after the date such 
determination is made public, insti- 
tute an action in the United States 
District Court for the District of 
Columbia for review thereof, and in 
such action the determination of the 
Trustees shall be sustained unless the 
court finds that it was arbitrary, ca- 
pricious, or unsupported by substan- 
tial evidence, or constituted an abuse 
of discretion. The court shall have 
jurisdiction to entertain such action 
irrespective of the citizenship of the 
parties or the amount in controversy. 

“(6) The Trustees, for the purpose 
of enabling equitable distribution to 
copyright owners and performing 
rights organizations of the royalties 
paid to and received by the Trustees 
shall cause to be conducted from time 
to time, in their discretion, a survey 
or surveys of performances of copy- 
righted muscial compositions by or 
upon coin-operated machines. The 
Bureau of the Census and other Gov- 
ernment agencies are authorized to 
cooperate with the Trustees, within 
their budgetary limitations, in the 
conduct of such survey or surveys. In 
making such survey or surveys, the 
Trustees shall employ generally ac- 
cepted sampling techniques and such 
available technical devices as they 
deem appropriate, in order to deter- 
mine the frequency with which copy- 
righted musical compositions are per- 
formed publicly by or upon the ma- 
chines. The Trustees shall publish 
their findings, based on such survey 
or surveys, as to the persons and or- 
ganizations entitled to share in the 
royalties paid to and received by the 
Trustees in any period and the pro 
rata share of each. Within sixty days 
after the publication of such findings 
any owner of a copyright or holder of 
the performing rights of a copyrighted 
musical composition who considers 
himself aggrieved by reason of the 
alleged inadequacy of the survey or 
surveys or of the distribution pro- 
posed to be made by the Trustees may 
institute an action in the United 
States District Court for the Dis- 
trict of Columbia for review of 
the Trustees’ findings, and in 
such action the Trustees’ findings 
shall be sustained unless the court 
finds that they were arbitrary, capri- 
cious, or unsupported by substantial 
evidence, or constituted an abuse of 
discretion. The court shall have juris- 
diction to entertain such action ir- 
respective of the citizenship of the 
parties or the amount in controversy. 

“(7) Not less frequently than an- 
nually, the Trustees, after deducting 
the expenses of the office, shall distrib- 
ute the remainder of the royalties 
paid to and received by them to the 
persons and organizations found to be 
entitled thereto on a pro rata basis.” 

Sec. 2. The amendment made by this 
Act shall take effect three months 
after the enactment of this Act, 


Medical Album Promo 



MONTREAL — To send off the new “Vincent Edwards Sings” LP on Decca, Hal 
Ross, Compo Company promo man, rigged himself up, complete with the 
famous scowl, as Dr. Casey and visited CKGM spinner Jack Finnegan. To make 
the masquerade even more convincing Ross brought along two charming 
nurses. Looking on while Finnegan gets the once over from Ross are the two 
nurses and the station’s music director, David Grief. 


CASH BOX TOP lOO'S 

PUBLISHERS 


(Top 100 titles listed Alphabetically 
see card for artist and label credit) 


Hollywood Bowl Concert 
Scores Largest June Gross 

HOLLYWOOD— The recent Holly- 
wood Bowl concert headlining the 
Kingston Trio, Keely Smith and Dave 
Brubeck’s Quartet was the largest 
commercial grosser for the month of 
June in the history of the amphi- 
theater, according to just-released 
figures. The evening performance 
saw 18,000 people making up a ca- 
pacity audience with 5,000 people be- 
ing turned away. The event reportedly 
grossed $61,000. 

On the previous night, June 22nd, 
the same program at San Francisco’s 
Civic Auditorium was also a sellout 
and reportedly grossed $31,479. 

Both concerts were promoted by 
Frank Werber in association with 
Sawcon Enterprises. 

Plaza Inks 
Christy Cummins 

NEW YORK — Thespian-songstress 
Christy Cummins has been signed to 
Plaza Records by the firm’s topper, 
Harry Weiss, to cut two sides for the 
label, with a pact also including a 
two-year option clause. 

The lark, who has starred on TV 
with Steve Allen and Perry Como and 
whose flick credits include “The 
Harder They Fall,” “Miracle In The 
Rain” and “A Hatful Of Rain,” will 
wax an initial side in August under 
the direction of Plaza’s A&R chief, 
David Axelrod. 


1. I Can’t Stop Lovin’ You — Ray 
Charles. 

2. Stranger On The Shore — Mr. 
Acker Bilk. 

3. Ginny Come Lately — Brian Hy- 
land. 

4. Wonderful Land — The Shadows. 

5. Don’t Play That Song — Ben E. 
King. 

6. Palisades Park — Freddy Cannon. 

7. (The Man Who Shot) Liberty Val- 
ance — Gene Pitney. 

8. Soldier Boy — The Shirelles. 

9. (Girls, Girls, Girls) Made To 
Love — ^Eddie Hodges. 

10. It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin’ — 
Johnny Tillotson. 


MJQ's "European Concert" 
Available As Single LP's 

NEW YORK — Atlantic Records has 
released the Modern Jazz Quartet’s 
two-LP set, “The European Concert,” 
on separate LP’s. The two albums con- 
tain identical material available in 
the double package, and are desig- 
nated as Volume I and Volume II. The 
artwork used on the original set has 
been retained, and the single LP’s are 
distinguished from each other by dif- 
ferent colors. 

The new LP’s were recently released 
by the diskery at their distributor’s 
convention in Miami Beach. Requests 
from dealers and distributors 
prompted the release. 

Steinfield Forms 
Four V Label 

NEW YORK — Manny Steinfield, 
manager of Teddy Vann Productions, 
has formed the Four V label which 
has just issued its initial single, “The 
Wobble” by Sterling Harrison. The 
firm operates out of 1650 Broadway, 
this city. The first release is being 
distributed by Morty Craft’s Trans- 
Atlas Company. 


Catalano Exits Labels 

NEW YORK— Vincent Catalano has 
resigned his executive post at the 
Blast - Whale - Sinclair - Camay - 
Mermaid set-up to go into independ- 
ent production. 


11. Sealed With A Kiss — Brian Hy- 
land. 

12. Moon River — Jean Thomas. 

13. Hey Baby — Bruce Channel. 

14. Let’s Talk About Love — Helen 
Shapiro. 

15. Things — Bobby Darin. 

16. Lonely City — John Leyton 

17. When My Little Girl Is Smiling — 
Craig Douglas. 

18. Little Red Rented Rowboat — Joe 
Dowell. 

19. Theme From “Dr. Kildare” (Three 
Stars Will Shine Tonight) — Rich- 
ard Chamberlain. 

20. Love Me Warm And Tender — 
Paul Anka. 


ABOVE THE STARS 49 

(LeVan—ASCAP) 

AHAB THE ARAB 4 

(Lowery — BMI) 

AL Dl LA 19 

(Witmark—ASCAP) 

* ALLEY CAT 100 

(Metorion — BMI) 

A MIRACLE 99 

(South Mountain — BMI) 

ANY DAY NOW 59 

(Plan Two-ASCAP) 

A STEEL GUITAR AND 

A GLASS OF WINE 57 

(Spanka — BMP 

A SWINGIN' SAFARI 58 

(Roosevelt — BMI) 

*BABY ELEPHANT WALK 96 

(Famous Music Inc. — ASCAP) 

BALLAD OF PALADIN 73 

(Time— BMI) 

BEACH PARTY 88 

(Kilynn— BMI) 

BEN CRAZY 76 

(RX— BMI) 

BIRD MAN 92 

(United Artists — ASCAP) 

BONGO STOMP 32 

(Drury Lane — BMI) 

BREAKING UP IS HARD TO DO . . 5 

(Aldon— BMI) 

BRING IT ON HOME TO ME 46 

(Kags— BMI) 

BUT NOT FOR ME 54 

(New World— ASCAP) 

*CARELESS LOVE 100 

(Tanaerine — BMI) 

CINDY'S BIRTHDAY 45 

(Maravilla— BMI) 

COME ON LITTLE ANGEL 79 

(Glenden— ASCAP) 

CROWD 37 

(Maureen — BMI) 

DANCIN' PARTY 14 

(Kalmann — ASCAP) 

* DEVIL WOMAN 82 

(Marty's — BMI) 

FORTUNE TELLER 69 

(Kemo— BMI) 

(Girls, Girls. Girls) MADE FOR LOVE 26 

(Acuff-Rose— BMI) 

GOODBYE DAD 66 

(Aldon— BMP 

‘GOODNIGHT IRENE 89 

(Spencer Music Coro. — ASCAP) 

GRAVY FOR MY MASHED 

POTATOES 15 

(Kalmann — BMI) 

HAVE A GOOD TIME 34 

(Acuff-Rose— BMI) 

HAVING A PARTY 18 

(Kaos— BMP 

HEART IN HAND 25 

(Metric — BMI) 

I CAN'T STOP LOVING YOU 8 

tAcuff-Rose BMP 

I DON'T LOVE YOU NO MORE ... 48 

(Hidle— BMP 

IF I SHOULD LOSE YOU 72 

fAIank— BMP 

I JUST CAN'T HELP IT 71 

fPoorl— BMP 

*1 LEFT MY HEART IN 

SAN FRANCISCO 93 

(General— ASCAPl 

I NEED YOUR LOVIN' 17 

fPost & Pete— BMP 

I'LL NEVER DANCE AGAIN 27 

fAldon— BMP 

IT KEEPS RIGHT ON A-HURTIN' . . 23 

tTonrldoe BMP 

IT STARTED ALL OVER AGAIN . . . 28 

(Aldon— BMP 

‘JIVIN' AROUND 97 

fReeso— BMP 

JOHNNY GET ANGRY 13 

fTod— ASCAP1 

JOHNNY LOVES ME 44 

(Aldon— BMI) 

LIFE'S TOO SHORT 80 

fD-chess— BMP 

LIMBO ROCK 35 

LITTLE BITTY PRETTY ONE 40 

fRproMEv— BMI) 

LITTLE DIANE 22 

(Dicol — ASCAP' 

LITTLE RED RENTED ROWBOAT . . 38 

fHerh Reis— BMI) 

LOCO-MOTION 12 

fAldon— BMP 

LOVE ME AS I LOVE YOU 85 

(Marielle— BMI) 


MARY'S LITTLE LAMB 52 

(Aldon— BMI) 

MR. IN-BETWEEN 36 

(Pamper — BMI) 

MY DADDY IS PRESIDENT 84 

(Gretavic— ASCAP) 

NEVER IN A MILLION YEARS 47 

(Robbins— ASCAP) 

ONE WHO REALLY LOVES YOU . . 61 

(Jobete BMI) 

PALISADES PARK 21 

(Claridqe — ASCAP) 

PARTY LIGHTS 20 

(RamBed — BMP 

PLAYBOY 29 

(Jobete— BMI) 

REAP WHAT YOU SOW 86 

(Arc— BMI) 

RINKY DINK 68 

(Arc Cortez Minny — BMI) 

ROSES ARE RED 1 

(Lyle Music — ASCAP) 

SEALED WITH A KISS 3 

(Post— ASCAP) 

SEVEN DAY WEEKEND 55 

(Hill & Range— BMI) 

SHAME ON ME 75 

(Western Hills, Lois, Saran — BMI) 

SHARING YOU 67 

(Aldon— BMI) 

SHIELA 60 

(Eger, Nitetime — BMI) 

SHOUT AND SHIMMY 91 

(Lois— BMI) 

‘SILVER THREADS AND GOLDEN 
NEEDLES 98 

(Central Songs — BMI) 

SNAP YOUR FINGERS 30 

(Cigmo — BMI) 

SO WRONG 70 

(Cedarwood — BMI) 

SPEEDY GONZALES 6 

(Budd— ASCAP) 

STEEL MEN 65 

(Southside — BMI) 

‘STOP THE WEDDING 81 

(Figure — BMI) 

STRANGER ON THE SHORE 31 

(Melin BMI) 

STRIPPER 9 

(David Rose — ASCAP) 

‘SUGAR PLUM 94 

(Argo— ASCAP) 

SUMMERTIME, SUMMERTIME .... 63 

(Roxbury — ASCAP) 

SWEET AND LOVELY 90 

(E. N. Daniels, Robbins — ASCAP) 

SWINGIN' GENTLY 87 

(Marvelle — BMI) 

‘TEAR AFTER TEAR 100 

(Sixty-Six— BMI) 

THAT GREASY KID STUFF 78 

(Geril— ASCAP) 

(The Man Who Shot) LIBERTY 

VALANCE 53 

(Famous ASCAP) 

THEME FROM ROUTE 66 42 

(Gower — BMI) 

THE WAH-WATUSI . 2 

(Kalmann-Lowe — ASCAP) 

THINGS 24 

(Adaris — BMI) 

THIS IS IT 83 

(Trio— BMI) 

THREE STARS WILL SHINE 

TONIGHT (Dr. Kildare Theme) . . 16 
(Robbins Ltd. — PRS) 

'TIL DEATH DO US PART 50 

(Karolyn — ASCAP) 

TWIST AND SHOUT 11 

(Mellin — BMI) 

‘VACATION 56 

(Merna— BMI) 

WALK ON THE WILD SIDE 39 

(Columbia Pictures — ASCAP) 
WELCOME HOME BABY 33 

(Loudix— BMI) 

WEST OF THE WALL 41 

(Music Productions — ASCAP) 

WHAT'S A MATTER BABY 62 

(Eden— BMI) 

WHERE ARE YOU 43 

(Leo Feist — ASCAP) 

WOLVERTON MOUNTAIN 7 

(Painted Desert — BMI) 

WORRIED MIND 74 

(Peer— BMI) 

YOU BELONG TO ME 77 

(Ridgeway — BMI) 

‘YOU DON'T KNOW ME 51 

(Hill & Range— BMI) 

YOU'LL LOSE A GOOD THING ... 10 


Eire and N, Ireland's Best Sellers 

1. I Can’t Stop Loving You — Ray Charles — HMV 

2. Picture Of You — Joe Brown — Piccadilly 

3. Come Outside — Mike Same — Parlophone 

4. Good Luck Charm — Elvis Presley — RCA 

5. Here Comes That Feeling — ^Brenda Lee — Brunswick 

6. Just A Little Love — Karl Denver — Decca 

7. Yes My Darling Daughter — Eyde Gorme — CBS 

8. * Follow That Dream — Elvis Presley — RCA 

9. Last Night Was Made For Love — Billy Fury — Decca 
10. Wolverton Mountain— Claude King— CBS 

*Extended Play. 


MAKE IT EASY ON YOURSELF 

(Famous — ASCAP) 


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(Crazy Caiun & Jamie — BMI) 

YOU'RE STRONGER THAN ME 

(Pamper — BMI) 


. 95 


‘Asterisk indicates first appearance on Top 100 


Israel's Best Sellers 


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In a joint statement issued this week by NV Philips Gloeilanpensabrieken 
Eindhoven and Siemens & Halske A. G. Berlin and Munich, comes news that 
they have taken a decision to co-operate in the field of gramophone records. 
In order to effect this NV Philips will take 50% interest in the stock of 
Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft (DGG) a Siemens subsidiary; and Siemens 
& Halske will take a 50% interest in the stock of Philips Phonographische 
Industries (PPI). PPI and DGG remain independent working companies and 
each will continue to record and distribute their classical and popular repertoire 
throughout the world under their own labels. It is expected that this coopera- 
tion will result in an even greater efficiency and will also mean an extension 
of possibilities for composers and artists. 

C. H. Thomas, a director of EMI Ltd. and former managing director of EMI 
Records Ltd. has retired after over 30 years with the organisation. Since 1960 
Thomas has been based at Hayes as the chairman’s adviser and consultant on 
the record side. 

Alma Cogan off to Spain for cabaret appearances at Tito’s in Palma and The 
Pavilion Madrid. Returning for her own TV show on August 16th the singer is 
planning a new LP and a single. 

Leeds Music who recently had an Anglo-American battle of the charts be- 
tween Andy Williams and Britain’s Danny Williams with “Wonderful World 
Of The Young” again take a ringside seat. This time Bobby Vinton making his 
debut on the Columbia label with his American chart topper “Roses Are Red” 
pits his talent against British contestant Ronnie Carroll on Philips. 

Ray Conniff due here in August for a week’s holiday and probable TV ap- 
pearances. At the same time Philips issue a single “S’Continental” and a double 
album. 

There’s another Anglo-Am.erican battle currently being waged — this time 
at 33 1/3 rpm as Billy Fury at No. 2 in the EP charts with “Play It Cool” 
tries to snatch the top slot from Elvis Presley and “Follow That Dream.” 

Irving Mills due in town on August 2nd having toured Europe in connection 
with his jazz interests for the Mills Company. In conjunction with their Ameri- 
can signings of top jazz writers, Cyril Gee of Mills (London) has pacted Bill 
McGuffrie, one of Britain’s top jazz pianists and composers to an exclusive song 
writing contract. 

Mills have an impressive line of new releases headed by a chart certainty 
with The Shadows latest Columbia release “Guitar Tango” — the French hit 
with a Spanish flavour. Mills have “'The Enchanted Sea” by The Countrymen 
on Piccadilly — a vocal version of the No. 1 instrumental hit of a few years 
back by Martin Denny. Also on Piccadilly Danny Storm’s “I Love You So” by 
British writers Tony and Irving Hiller — the team responsible for “I’ve Fallen 
In Love,” one of the songs from the film “She Knows You Know” recorded by 
Tim Connor. The coupling “Without A Shoulder To Cry On” was composed by 
Perry Ford. 

“The Black And White Minstrel Show” now running at London’s Victoria 
Palace, is to be staged in Australia later this year. Negotiations have been 
concluded by Cyril Berlin who flies to Melbourne for the opening on October 
3rd. Berlin, who is also agent and manager for Lonnie Donegan, then flies to 
New York where the star opens a cabaret season at The Village Gate on Oc- 
tober 9th. Meantime Pye is planning two Donegan LPs — one on Golden 
Guinea featuring all his big hits and the other tentatively titled “Hallelujah” 
comprising all brand new material. 

Shirley Bassey, Rosemary Clooney, Chubby Checker and Helen Shapiro are 
some of the big names lined up by Impresario Harold Fielding for a series of 
Sunday concerts at Blackpool during the season. Two of the shows also feature 
Britain’s Mark Wynter whose future plans include an autumn tour for Larry 
Parnes and a return visit to Australia early in 1963. 

Noel Rogers of Dominion Music has the new Bobby Rydell “I’ll Never Dance 
Again” on Columbia and “Don’t Fly Away Flamingo” by The King Brothers 
on Parlophone — the number recorded in America some years ago by The Four 
Lads has never been issued here. From United Artists Rogers also has “The 
James Bond Theme” — title song from the new Warwick film “Dr. No” based 
on a James Bond thriller by Ian Fleming. Score by Monty Norman. The theme 
has been recorded for the film by John Barry who will re-record it for Colum- 
bia for release later in the year. 

Rogers also hopes for a successor to “Never On Sunday” with “Love Theme 
From Phaedra” follow-up film by the same star-director team Melina Mer- 
couri and Jules Dassin. Score by Miki Theodorakis. 

Millions of viewers sat glued to their TV sets until the small hours last week 
to see the first ever TV picture transmitted direct across the Atlantic. It came 
at one A.M. on Wednesday, July 11th bounced off the American satelite Telstar 
during its 6th orbit. Later on the 16th orbit internal shots of the British trans- 
mission station were successfully relayed to America. The first entertainment 
programme to be transmitted from East to West via Telstar is being planned 
by the European Broadcasting Union for July 23rd. It will be a joint operation 
by EBU’s eight member countries. 

The possibility of regular transatlantic television programmes in the not 
too-distL,nt future opens the door for a new and revolutionary means of ex- 
posure for disk stars on both sides of the Atlantic. 

A large scale International Sales Conference is being planned by Philips 
Records London for August 17th and 18th to introduce their autumn releases. 
Representatives and wholesalers from all over the U.K. will be in attendance 
together with V.I.P.s from Holland, France and Italy. During the two-day 
event 60 new LPs will be premiered. Highlighting the September release will 
be eight new Stravinsky albums on C.B.S. Released in the States in May this 
year to coincide with Stravinsky’s 80th birthday five of the albums are con- 
ducted by the composer. CBS will also issue four new Billie Holliday albums. 

Twenty five brand new Riverside releases will include disks by Cannonball 
Adderley, Thelonious Monk and Bill Evans. Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night” will 
be released on the Caedmon label with an all star cast headed by Paul Scho- 
field, Siobhon McKenna, Vannessa Redgrave, John Neville and Miriam Karlin. 

With the Festival of the City of London now in full swing the streets, 
normally thronged by day and deserted by night are attracting round-the- 
clock crowds of Londoners and overseas visitors seeking cultural relaxation. 
Many of London’s most historic buildings such as The Tower of London, The 
Mansion House, Guildhall, The Clothworker’s Hall, Vinters’ Hall are housing a 
variety of entertainment as diverse in character as the halls themselves. 
Classics range from operas by Purcell through works by Beethoven, Brahms, 
Schumann and Chopin to a modern work by Richard Bennett specially composed 
for the Festival entitled “London Pastorale.” In lighter vein pop singer Denis 
Lotis sings nightly “In Praise Of Wine” and for jazz enthusiasts there are 
open air concerts by Humphrey Lyttelton. Highlight of the Festival was an 
entertainment devised by John Betjeman recalling London’s social history 
through the ages skillfully enacted by a distinguished cast including actor 
Sir John Gielgud, veteran music hall stars Billy Danvers and Randolph Sutton 
and Britain’s pioneer of rock ‘n’ roll Tommy Steele who continues to enhance 
his reputation in the realm of the legitimate theatre. 


One of our last articles stated that sales of the tunes recorded in English 
by Johnny Hallyday were pretty bad. Apologies! Philips assures us they are 
very pleased with Hallyday’s English records and that all their distributors 
plan issuing these. Thus is confirmed Philips’ desire to make Hallyday into 
an international star. 

Speaking of artists, the “Compagnons de la Chanson” have been rumored 
to sign with Polydor at a price so high it’s downright unfair. If true, let’s 
say “Good luck” to both artists and company and then, wait and see. 

Marcel Amont, who has finally renewed his contract with Polydor, is not 
very happy at learning “Les Compagnons” are coming into the firm, says 
Marcel, it’s better to be a big fish in a small pond, than vice-versa. 

A few words about Billy Bridge, the young singer, who, according to Odeon’s 
Public Relations, introduced the Madison to France. Bridge has been selected 
to represent France at the “Coupe d’Europe du Tour de chant” which will take 
place at the Casino of Knokke-le-Zoute in Belgium. 

Odeon again announces the issue of a 7" 33rpm classical series for mass 
distribution at the price of 90 cents. This will make a lot of people in the 
record field happy. 

A cocktail-party was given by Versailles on the “Bateau-Mouche” to cele- 
brate the Paris visit of Tony Middleton. When last heard nobody had been 
drowned. Meanwhile, Middleton’s latest recording “I Can’t Stop Lovin’ You” 
is doing very well on the French market. 

Latest flashes of French releases: A new tune featured by Camillo, “Wann,” 
which seems to be the German adaptation of “Till,” will surely^ be as great as 
“Warum.” . . . The big success at the present time is “Madison Twist” by 
Johnny Hallyday. . . . Charming Sylvie Vartan waxed “Baby, C’est Vous 
Twist.” . . . The “Chats Sauvages” have recorded “Toute La Nuit.” ... A new 
tendency among accordionists — the chorus is sung! Verschuren has just given 
us an excellent demonstration of this streamlining with “Ah Si J’etais Celi- 
bataire.” Megul Alfred Denel also confirms the success of “New Look” among 
accordionists. . . . According to Vic Ta'har “J’irai Twister Le Blues” by Richard 
Anthony is getting stronger daily. Anthony has also given us an excellent 
version of “Early In The Morning” and one another of “J’irai Pleurer Sous La 
Pluie.” . . . Marie-Jose still abreast of her head start recorded “Tous Mes 
Voeux” (all my wishes) our wishes follow hers. . . . Rosalie Dubois recorded 
“Dieu Soit Loue” (Thank God). Too bad we felt the same after listening to 
her record. Leon Cabat announces his departure for the USA in September. 
. . . Eddie Barclay seems to be more and more interested in film music. A trend 
to watch. 

The further we get into summer, the rarer news becomes . . . with no more 
for now, we wish you a happy vacation. 

France's Best Sellers 


1. Dans Un Jardin D’Amour — Gene Pitney — Jil et Jan. Recorded by J. Hally- 
day. Publishing firm; Editions Tutti. 

2. Twist Du Canotier — N. Roux — G. Gavarentz. Recorded by Maurice Chev- 
alier— Chausettes Noires. Publishing firm: French Music. 

3. J’lrai Twister Le Blues — Buddy Greco. Recorded by R. Anthony. Publish- 
ing firm: Tutti. , ^ . 

4. Gonzales— D. Gerard— D. Hill— E. Lee. Recorded by Dalida. Publishing 

firm: Caravelle. . ^ 

5. Le Mexicain — C. Aznavour — J. Plante. Recorded by Marcel Amont — Com- 
pagnons de la Chanson. Publishing firm: French Music. 


England's Best Sellers 


1. I Can’t Stop Loving You — Ray 
Charles (HMV) (Acuff-Rose) 

2. Picture Of You — Joe Brown (Pic- 
cadilly) (Michael Reine) 

3. Come Outside — Mike Same (Par- 
lophone) (Southern) 

4. I Remember You — Frank Ifield 
(Columbia) (Chappell) 

5. Good Luck Charm — Elvis Presley 
(RCA) (Belinda) 

6. Ginny Come Lately — Brian Hy- 
land (HMV) (Spanka) 

7. Here Comes That Feeling — 
Brenda Lee (Brunswick) (Doral) 

8. English Country Garden— -Jimmy 
Rodgers (Columbia) (Tin Pan 
Alley) 

9. I’m Looking Out The Window — 

Clitf Richard (Columbia) (Ard- 
more & Beechwood) 

10. Yes My Darling Daughter — Eydie 
Gorme (CBS) (Robbins) 

England's 
Top Ten LP's 

1. West Side Story — Soundtrack 
(Philips) 

2. Pot Luck — Elvis Presley (RCA) 

3. Blue Hawaii — Elvis Presley 
(RCA) 

4. The Black & White Minstrel Show 
— George Mitchell (HMV) 

5. South Pacific — Soundtrack (RCA) 

6. It’s Trad Dad — Sountrack (Colum- 
bia) 

7. The Young Ones — Cliff Richard 
(Columbia) 

8. 'The Shadows — The Shadows (Co- 
lumbia) 

9. The Roaring Twenties — Dorothy 
Provine (Warner Bros.) 

10. The Sound Of Music — London 
Cast (HMV) 


11. Last Night Was Made For Love — 
Billy Fury (Decca) (Jack Good) 

12. Speedy Gonzales — Pat Boone 
(London) (Budd) 

13. Don’t Ever Change — The Crickets 
(Liberty) (Aldon) 

14. The Green Leaves Of Summer — 
Kenny Ball (Pye) (Robbins) 

15. Our Favourite Melodies — Craig 
Douglas (Columbia) (Roosevelt) 

16. Right Said Fred — Bernard Crib- 
bins ( Parlophone ) 

17. Ain’t That Funny — Jimmy Jus- 
tice (Pye) (Essex) 

18. Sharing You — Bobby Vee (Lib- 
erty) (Aldon) 

19. Stranger On The Shore — Acker 
Bilk (Columbia) (Sherwin) 

20. Let There Be Love — Nat King 
Cole (Capitol) (Chappell) 

England's 
Top Ten EP's 

1. Follow That Dream — Elvis Pres- 
ley (RCA) 

2. Play It Cool — Billy Fury (Decca) 

3. Hits From The Young Ones — 
Cliff Richard (Columbia) 

4. The Shadows To The Fore — The 
Shadows (Columbia) 

5. The King Of Twist — Chubby 
Checker (Columbia) 

6. Four Hits And A Mister — Acker 
Bilk (Columbia) 

7. Helen’s Hit Parade — Helen Sha- 
piro (Columbia) 

8. Black And White Minstrel Show 
—George Mitchell (HMV) 

9. Spotlight On The Shadows — The 
Shadows (Columbia) 

10. Dream — Cliff Richard (Columbia) 


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Cash Box — July 28, 1962 International Section 


SCAN DIN AN^ 


SWEDEN 

Publisher Stig Anderson told Cash Box that he expects a lot from the songs 
“Ahab The Arab,” “Little Red Rented Row-Boat” and “Little Bitty Pretty 
One” which will be published by Ivan Mogull/Sweden Music. At Bens Music 
AB he will be releasing “Palisades Park.” Anderson said he is sure there will 
be plenty of local recordings of these songs in Scandinavia. 

Coming up very strong here is Ann-Louise Hansson’s Metronome recording 
of “Vita Rosor Fran Athens” (White Roses From Athens), a German song, 
Borje Ekberg of Metronome told Cash Box. 

Franklyn Boyd of Aberbach (London) in town for biz talks with Ake Ger- 
hard-Larsson of Belinda (Scandinavia) AB. 

There will be no immediate result of the reports from Germany of coopera- 
tion between Philips and Siemens & Halske, the latter handling Polydor and 
Deutsche Grammophon labels, among others. Bo Ldfberg, head of Philips in 
Stockholm, returned to his desk for a couple of days from his vacation, but 
left Stockholm again without being able to give any definite news. Sverre 
Dahl, head of A/S Proton in Oslo (Polydor in Norway) told Cash Box via 
telephone that at the moment there was no comment from Norway on this 
matter. 

Commercial or not commercial radio-TV in Sweden is still discussed here. A 
government paper has suggested that the present government company should 
be given the sole rights to run commercial stations, in case we get such sta- 
tions. Private stations cannot be accepted, according to the paper, “as such 
stations would look too much to profits and the public taste, and too little to 
the cultural aspects.” Papers from other political parties commented, “If 
cultural programs are not the same as what people want, who would then be 
expected to sponsor the programs?” Another thing being much discussed here 
is the British Pilkington Committee report on British commercial TV, which, 
according to newspapers here, “Has got plenty more space in the Social Demo- 
cratic Swedish papers than it has in Britain.” Swedish government papers 
have found this a wonderful opportunity to express “how ineffective commer- 
cial stations are.” 


Denmark's Best Sellers 


1. Dybt I Min Drom (La Novia) (Lis Bjornholt/Odeon — Paul Bundgaard/ 
Polyphon) Stockholms Musikproduktion 

2. The Young Ones (Cliff Richard/Columbia) Dacapo Musikforlag 

3. Hawaii Tattoo (The Waikikis/Palette) AB Succemelodier 

4. En Lille Bitte Tare (Little Bitty Tear) (Helle Wilke/Triola) Morks 
Musikforlag 

5. Walk On By (The Clifters/Philips) van Mogull Music/Sweden Music 

6. Good Luck Charm (Elvis Presley/RCA) Belinda (Scandinavia) AB 

7. Min Ballon (Toy Balloon) (Jorgen Ingmann/Metronorne) Stockholms 
Musikproduktion 

8. Schwarze Rose Rosemarie (Peter Kraus/Polydor) Multitone 

9. Let’s Get Together (Hayley Mills/Metronome — Decca) Not Published 

10. I Can’t Stop Loving You (Ray Charles/Karusell) Morks Musikforlag 


Finland's Best Sellers 

1. Signorina Capuccina (Nat “King” Cole/Capitol) Musiikki — Fazer — Musik 

2. Boulevard Of Broken Dreams (Lill-Jorgen/Columbia) Scandia-Musiikki 
Oy 

3. Lalaika (Ann-Christine/Scandia) Belinda (Scandinavia) AB 

4. The Young Ones (Cliff Richard /Columbia) Gehrmans 

5. Walk On By (Leroy Van Dyke/Mercury) Ivan Mogull Music/Sweden 
Music 

6. *Sabina (Veikko Tuomi/Odeon) Not Published 

7. *Tanssin Sun Kanssasi Aamuun (Oili Vainio/Philips) Musiikki-Frazer- 

Musik 

8. *Tipi-Tii (Marion Rung/Philips) Scandia-Musiikki Oy 

9. Lalaika (Jan Burgers/Sonet) Belinda (Scandinavia) AB 

10. Love Me Warm And Tender (Paul Anka/RCA) Bens Music AB 


Norway's Best Sellers 


1. Good Luck Charm (Elvis Presley/RCA) Belinda (Scandinavia) AB 

2. *j®ille Sa Ner Som A Ingebjorg (Nora Brockstedt/Karusell) Musikk- 

Huset A/S 

3. I’m Looking Out The Window (Cliff Richard/Columbia) Not Published 

4. Zwei Kleine Italiener (Conny Froboess/Columbia) Sweden Music 

5. I Can’t Stop Loving You (Ray Charles/Karusell) Egil Monn Iversen A/S 

6. Ginny Come Lately (Brian Hyland/Karusell) Bens Music AB 

7. Schwarze Rose Rosemarie (Peter Kraus/Polydor) Multitone 

8. Come Outside (Mike Sarne/Parlophone) Southern Music 

9. Lover Please (Clyde McPhatter/ Mercury) Ivan Mogull Music/Sweden 
Music 

10. Adios Amigo (Jim Reeves/RCA) Reuter & Reuter 


Sweden's Best Sellers 


1. I Can’t Stop Loving You (Ray Charles/Karusell) Reuter & Reuter 

2. Caterina (Perry Como/RCA) Southern Music 

3. *LufiFarevisa (Sven — Ingvars/Philips) Sonora Musikforlag AB 

4. Ginny Come Lately (Brian Hyland/Karusell) Bens Music AB 

5. Lesson One (Russ Conway/Columbia) Edition Odeon 

6. Caterina (Jan Malmsjo/RCA) Southern Music 

7. Where Have All The Flowers Gone (The Kingston Trio/Capitol) Musik- 
forlaget Essex 

8. I’m Looking Out The Window, (Cliff Richard/Columbia) No Publisher 

9. Follow That Dream (Elvis Presley/RCA) Belinda (Scandinavia) AB 

10. Good Luck Charm (Elvis Presley/RCA) Belinda (Scandinavia) AB 

*Local Copyright 


EXI CO^> 


Fernando Bell, brother of famous Chilean singer Monna Bell, signed a con- 
tract with Orfeon Records and immediately recorded the songs “Si Te Vas” 
(If You Go) and “Siempre” (Always), with Gustavo Pimentel. Fernando has 
a fine romantic voice and may be a hit in Mexico. 

“Fiesta En Acapulco” (Holiday In Acapulco) is the name of a new musical 
picture made in that famous port and stars young singers of the “new wave” 
Mayte, Fabricio and Paco Canedo, with comics Viruta y Capulina. RCA will 
release the music from the picture. 

In the new night club “Chanteclair,” beautiful female drummer Lisa Rosell 
and young singer Dyno made their debuts. Both are new in show business and 
are a hit with the public. Lisa and Dyno are recording for Musart Records. 

TV’s Ossart is earning a wonderful rating because of the appearance of 
Enrique Guzman and Angelica Maria, both of whom are popular artists with 
Cesar Costa. Angelica and Cesar also are filming a new picture with veteran 
actress Libertad Lamarque. The name of the picture is “El Cielo y La Tierra 
(The Heaven And The Earth) and both have star roles. The music theme for 
the picture was recorded at Orfeon Records by Cesar Costa, under the name 
of “Mi Unica Ilusion” (My One And Only Illusion), with the Chico O’Farrill 
orchestra. Angelica’s “Johnny Get Angry” is doing well on the market. 

The newly reorganized Los Locos Del Ritmo, with its new voice Gustavo 
Salcido, and pianist Eduardo Toral has released its latest record for Orfeon 
containing “Me Boto” (Believe What You Say) and “Blancanieves (Claudette), 
both in Spanish. Los Locos del Ritmo will start touring the country before 
appearing again in the Mexican capital. 

For the first time, Musart Records has released in Mexico several Warner 
Brothers singles, “Johnny Get Angry” by Joannie Sommers, “Don’t Take 
Away Your Love” and “Moment Of Weakness” by Johnny Nash, “That’s Old 
Fashioned” and “How Can I Meet Her” by The Everly Brothers and, “Just 
One Kiss” and “Why’d You Wanna Make Me Cry” by Connie Stevens. 

Dimsa Records has released its third long play record by Bill Haley, on 
which he plays the twist songs “China Twist,” “Taco De Twist,” “Happy 
Twist,” “Marie Twist” and others. 

“Twist A La Hooligans,” by the young group The Hooligans, “Polkas” by 
the Mariachi Jalisco of Pepe Villa, and “El Twist!!!!” with Larry Sonn’s 
orchestra, are the three latest long plays recorded at Columbia Records, which 
had its 15th anniversary on the Mexican record market this month. 

A new Peerless singer, Tony Monterrubio, is getting good air play with his 
Spanish version of Teddy Randazzo’s “The Way Of A Clown.” 

The Brothers Castro, who just recorded an album at Capitol Records with 
special arrangements by Arturo, one of the brothers of this vocal group, are 
performing at “Senorial’s” night club, after a long and successful engagement 
in Las Vegas. 

“Terrazza Cassino’s” is featuring comic Sergio Corona, who now has his own 
TV show with the famous Manhattan Rockets, crooner Jose Luis Caro, The 
Golden Sisters (Mexicans), and two trios. 

Los Rebeldes del Rock, probably the most popular rock and roll group, 
made a new recording at Orfeon Records, singing in Spanish Frankie Laine’s 
“A Kiss Can Change The World.” It is almost a certainty that Los Robeldes’ 
Johnny Laboriel will soon go solo. 

Last week Columbia Records released its latest Ray Conniff album “ ’S 
Continental” on which two songs, “Aquellos Ojos Verdes” and “Lisboa An- 
tigua” were previously released very successfully. 

Mexico's Best Sellers 

1. El Gran Tomas (Norman) — Mayte (RCA). Pablo Beltran Ruiz (RCA). 
(BRAMBILA). 

2. Cuando Volveras (Ginny Came Lately) — Paco Canedo (RCA). (BRAM- 
BILA). 

3. Vagar Entre Sombras — Alvaro Zermeno (Orfeon). Amalia Mendoza 
(RCA). Emilio Galvez (Musart). Benny More (Musart). 

4. Eddie Eddie — Angelica Maria (Musart) (EMMI). 

5. Florida Twist — Bill Haley (Dimsa). Enrique Guzman (Columbia). Com- 
parsa Estudiantil (Musart) (PHAM). 

6. Nena, Bailamos Twist — Los Rebeldes del Rock (Orfeon). 

7. Adios Mundo Cruel (Goodbye Cruel World) — Enrique Guzman (Columbia). 
(BRAMBILA). 

8. Maria La Bandida — Jose Alfredo Jimenez (RCA). Lola Beltran (Peerless). 
Antonio Aguilar (Musart). Charro Avita (Orfeon). 

9. Campanitas (Ring A Ding Ding) — Richardo Rocca (Orfeon). Connie 
Francis (MGM). 

10. Triangulo — Los Tres Reyes (RCA). Bobby Capo (RCA). Hnas. Aguila 
(Peerless). Berta Dupuy (Musart). 



MILAN — Enrique Lebendiger, well known San Paolo music publisher, stopped 
off in Milan during his current world-wide trip to visit with his friends in the 
Italian music business. While in the city Lebendiger announced that Mario 
Panvini Rosati of International Music will represent him in Italy. Seated (left 
to right) having dinner in a local restaurant are: Rosati, Bruno Pozza of 
Gruppo Ricordi Musica Leggera, Lebendiger and Vittorio de Micheli of Cash 
Box. 


Cash Box — July 28, 1962- 


International Section 


49 





Audio Fidelity Records is now representing the Reprise label in Brazil. 
Several companies were trying to get the contract but Audio Fidelity won the 
contest. Last week the first records were released, the standards “Granada” 
& “The Curse Of An Aching Heart” and “Everybody’s Twistin’ ” & “Nothing 
But The Best,” both with Frank Sinatra, the first with the Billy May Orchestra 
and the second with Neal Hefti and “One More Time” & “There Was A Tavern 
In The Town” with Sammy Davis Junior also with Neal Hefti and his orches- 
tra. 

Musidisc waxed recently an album with Luiz Bittencourt and His Guitars 
Orchestra. It’s called “Vereda Tropical” and presents a very good musical 
selection with Brazilian and international music. Organized and directed by 
Luiz Bittencourt, certainly an expert in the matter, the group featured in this 
LP is formed by five guitars, bass, accordion, celesta, drums and a complete 
rhythm section. The result is very fascinating. 

Two more Musidisc albums waxed at the same time: “Twist With Paul Livert 
And The Lions” (for MGM) and “Dance With Bobby Byrne And His Orches- 
tra,” with old American tunes like: “Little Brown Jug,” “Boogie Woogie,” “So 
Rare,” “I Understand,” “A String Of Pearls,” “Tuxedo Junction” and others. 

Another interesting release this month is a Continental Record LP:“Dois 
Bicudos Nao Se Beijam” with two of the best instrumentalists of Brazil: Poly 
and Waldyr Azevedo. These two artists play several string instruments such 
as guitar, banjo, Hawaiian guitar, cavaquinho (a brother of the ukelele), etc. 

A Brazilian Twist Group called The Jet Black’s is going up in Sao Paulo’s 
chart. Recorded by Chantecler, they have an LP and a double-compact. The 
group is on radio and TV, too. 

Leila Silva, who was a consistent chart-rider last year, is now returning to 
the charts, with “Meu Amor Pertence A Outra (My Love Belongs To Some- 
body Else),” adapted by Teixeira Filho from Beethoven’s Minuet in G, with 
Brazilian lyrics. Leila is another Chantecler’s songstress. 

Moacir Franco, Copacabana’s artist, cut a Brazilian Version of “Tender Is 
The Night (Suave E A Noite),” from the motion picture, with Brazilian words 
by Nazareno de Brito. That 78 rpm is already a big hit in Sao Paulo and Rio 
de Janeiro. On the other side of the record, Moacir sings an original cha cha 
called “Meu Querido Lindo (My Beautiful Darling),” also a big success. 

Copacabana Records issued a new big collection for this month: Seven 78 
rpm with Marco Aurelio, Yunes, Ronnie Cord, Oswaldo Rodrigues, Altamiro 
Carrilho and his band with choir, Joab and his orchestra and choir, Titulares 
Do Ritmo (the famous vocal group). Four records are dedicated to the World 
Soccer Football Championship. 

A Sabia series in 78 rpm with Grauna and Rosinha, another with Colera and 
Campinho and another with Orlandinho. A 78 rpm International with Liana 
Augustin singing “Light In The Piazza” and “Fantastic.” 

A double compact with Oberkassel Bonn Orchestra playing German polkas; 
eight LP’s from SOM series “Lembranga” -with Del Norman. “16 International 
Musics” with various artists like Angela Maria, Dolores Duran, The Golden 
Boys, Gonzalo Cortez, Agnaldo Rayol, Olivinha Carvalho and Yunes; “0 
Balango Do Samba No Hawaii” with Geraldo Barbosa and his Rhythm Group; 
Sabia series: “Lucival, His Music And His Accordion” — native music only; 
Copacabana series: “Encontro Com Luiz Vieira” the famous Brazilian singer 
and composer with his own compositions; “Buenos Aires’ in Azucena Maizani’s 
voice, old tangos such as “Sus Ojos Se Cerraron,” “Uno,” “Mano A Mano,” 
“Adios Pampa Mia,” “Cuesta Abajo,” etc.; Waldir Calmon and his new “Made 
For Dance — D” — international hits for dancing; and “Weisst Du Wieviel 
Sterlein Stehen,” — German pop hits. 




SAO PAULO 

1. Onde Estas Coragao — Silvana & 
Rinaldo Calheiros — (Copaca- 
bana) 

2. *Frevo Do Bi — Jackson do Pan- 

deiro — (Philips) 

3. *Tico-Tico No Fuba — Ray Conniff 

— (Columbia) (Vitale) 

4. *Lembrancas — Miltinho — (RGE) 

(Euterpe) 

5. *Protesto — Nelson Gongalves — 

(RCA) (Euterpe) 

6. Stella By Starlight — Ray Charles 
(Polydor) 

7. El Suco Suco — Poly — (Continen- 
tal) 

8. *Amor — Silvana & Rinaldo Cal- 

heiros — (Copacabana) (Vitale) 

9. *Tico-Tico No Fuba — Ray Conniff 

(RGE) 

10. *0 Passado Nao Importa — Hugo 
Santana — ( Chantecler) 


RIO DE JANIERO 

1. Let’s Twist Again — Chubby 

Checker — ( Parkway-Fermata ) 

2. El Suco Suco — Poly — (Continen- 
tal) 

3. *Quem E — Silvinho — (Philips) 

4. *Confidencia — Miltinho — (RGE) 

(Euterpe) 

5. *Brasil Bi-Campeao — Penquenos 

Cantores da (juanabara — (Phil- 
ips) 

6. *Se A Vida Parasse — Anisio Silva 

(Odeon) 

7. *Protesto — Nelson Gongalves — 

(RCA) (Euterpe) 

8. *Meu Ex-Amor — Angela Maria — 

(RCA) (Euterpe) 

9. *Tico-Tico No Fuba — Ray Conniff 

— (Columbia) (Vitale) 

10. *Frevo Do Bi — Jackson do Pan- 
deiro — (Philips) 

*Brazilian Music 



JAPAN 


Cadence label was strongly distributed here by King on July 20 with possi- 
ble top 10 (in Japan) single, “Mugmates” (Eddie Hodges). King, pacted with 
Cadence for its exclusive distribution in this area, is going to follow up other- 
single in August; “Girls, Girls, Girls Made To Love” (Eddie Hodges) and 
“It Keeps Right (jn A-Hurtin’ ” (Johnny Tillotson). In Sept., Everly Brothers 
and Andy Williams will then be featured on 12" LPs respectively. 

Saburo Kitajima whose Columbia debut “Bungacha Bushi” started to ride up 
on our Japan chart last week but stronger this week, will soon be represented 
with his second outing “Namida-Bune (I Cry On Your Boat)” b/w “Bye-bye 
Hatoba (Goodby To My Peer),” both penned by Tohru Funamura. “Bungacha- 
cha-Bushi” is the most bitterly attacked and prohibited tune for air-spinning 
by Commercial Broadcasting Stations’ Federation soon after its outing before 
mart. The organization charged that it is obscene. But no warning has been 
issued by the standard committee of Japan Phonograph Records Association, 
manufacturer’s organization. Far from that, one of the 5 biggest local film 
producers Nikkatsu, plans to synchronize “it” featuring Kitajima himself. 

And, recently Teichiku added another “Bungacha-Bushi” version by Hiroshi 
Inuzuka on vocal to catch up with Columbia’s strong stuff. . . . Victor is going 
to release (Aug. 20) 3 LPs in stereo featuring the firm’s best-selling singers 
Yukio Hashi, Kazuko Matsuo, Akira Matsushima. Songs to be on “Yukio Hashi 
Hit Collections — Vol. 1” feature “Itako Gasa (I Find My Girl In Itako),” 
“Okesa Utae-ba,” “Eriko.” . . . “Husky At Nite-Hit Parade” by Kazuko Mat- 
suo” covers “Good-nite,” “Dareyori-mo Kimi-o Aisu (I Love You The Best),” 
“Saikai (We Met Again, Sweetheart).” . . . And “Koshu,” “Nakunja Nai-ze 
(Don’t Cry Over Me)” . . . -will be on “Akira Matsushima’s Hits — Vol. 1.” 
Meanwhile, the firm is preparing another 2 LPs — 12" both in stereo and reg- 
ular — on the international originated tune’s field. Both were recent smash in 
this territory with “Happy Birthday Sweet 16,” “Pretty Little Baby,” “Loui- 
siana Mamma” ... on “Golden Hit Parade Vol. 1.” “. . . Vol. 2” covers “To- 
night,” “Un Amore A Rome” etc. Recording orks were Victor Hit Paraders and 
Golden Strings. An early release is expected. 

Motonari Iguchi, renowned concert pianist, will hurry to the Van Cliburn 
International Piano Contest this year as a judge from Japan. . . . On his re- 
turn from a 3-month European business tour, Columbia’s composer Tohru 
Funamura revealed that his 24 tunes were contracted to Pathe-Marconi to be 
recorded in the next 3 years. First 4 tunes (including one-time smashes “Aishu 
Hatoba (Blue Harbor),” “Hatoba-dayo, Ototsan!” were recorded during his 
stay there and is slated to be released Sept. 1 as an EP. During this year, 
Pathe will add 4 tunes and edit an album covering all Funamura’s composi- 
tions next spring. In this session, one of the current biggest selling tunes 
(“Ohsho”) will be included. 

Q Sakamoto, who has been off the chart for a little while, will go back to 
hitsville again as Toshiba will release this month his newest. Titles are_ “Boku- 
no Hoshi (My Lucky Star)” (penned by Yoji Yamada and Danny lida b/w 
“Hige-no Uta” (Rokusuke Ei and Hachidai Nakamura). These are the fea- 
tured ones in the Shochiku film “Q-chan Ondo” starring Sakamoto. 

Japan's Best Sellers 


INTERNATIONAL 

1. Pretty Little Baby — Too Many Rules/Connie Francis, MGM; Kayoko Mori- 
yama, Toshiba; Kumiko Goto, Columbia; Mieko Nakao, Victor (Top-side- 
only); Yukari Itoh, King (flip-side-only); Shinko-JASRAC (flip-side: IMP- 
JASRAC) 

2. Blue Hawaii/Elvis Presley, Victor; Kaoru Minami, King; Masayuki Hori, 
King;/Folster 

3. The Young World/Ricky Nelson, Imperial; Keijiro Yamashita, Toshiba; 
Six Joes, Victor ;/Yamaha-JASRAC 

4. Johnny Remember Me/Jane Laton, Victor; Shigeru Katsumi, Toshiba; 
Takashi Kanai, King;/Folster 

5. It’s A Lonesome Old Town/Billy Vaughn, Dot; Eiji Kitamura & Quintet, 
King; Terumi Nagashima, King; Keijiro Yamashita, Toshiba; Sam Taylor, 
MGM;/Shinko-JASRAC 

6. Happy Birthday Sweet 16/Neil Sedaka, Victor; Mieko Hirota, Toshiba;/ 
(no pubbery) 

7. 'Twistin’ The Twist/Mieko Hirota, Toshiba; G. Jouvis Sa D’or et Son Ork., 
Angel; Richard Anthony, Columbia ;/Suisei-sha-JASRAC 

8. Midnight In Moscow/Kenny Ball, Pye; The Peanuts, King; Yukiji Asaoka, 
Toshiba; Rivertown Dixie Jazz Band, Philips;/IMP-JASRAC 

9. Tonight/Richard Baymer, Columbia; Ferrante & Teicher, UA; Don Mackey, 
Angel; Peggy Hayama, King; Mantovani, London; Eddie Fisher, King 
Int’l; I. George, Teichiku; Felicia Sanders, Decca;/Folster 

10. A Steel Guitar And A Glass Of Wine/Paul Anka, Victor;/Yamaha-JASRAC 

LOCAL 

1. Ohsho/Hideo Murata, Columbia; Ichiro Mayama, King; Mitsugoro Teppo, 
Teichiku 

2. Hoshikuzu-no Machi/Michiya Mihashi, King 

3. Bungacha-Bushi/Saburo Kitajima, Columbia; Hiroshi Inuzuka, Teichiku 

4. Nakayama Shichiri/ Yukio Hashi, Victor 

5. Yama Otoko-no Uta/The Dark Ducks, King; Mitsuo Sagawa, Victor; Tokyo 
Mixed Choir, Victor 

6. Eriko/Yukio Hashi, Victor 

7. Garasu-no Johnny/I. George, Teichiku 

8. Akashia-no Ame-ga Yamu-Toki/Sachiko Nishida, Polydor 

9. Kyutkyu-Bushi/Keiko Matsuyama, Toshiba 

10. Samui Asa/Sayuri Yoshinaga, Victor 


Sao Paulo^s Top Ten LP^s 


Rio De Janeiro's Top Ten LP's 


1. ’S Continental — Ray Conniff — 

2. *Ouvindo-Te Com Amor — Silvana 

& Rinaldo Calheiros — (Copaca- 

csbsTis ) 

3. Dedicated To You — Ray Charles 
— (Polydor) 

4. *Brasil Bi-Campeao Do Mundo — 

Edson Leite & Pedro Luis — 
(RGE) 

5. *Miltinho E Samba — Miltinho — 

(RGE) 


6. *Os Grandes Sucessos De Miltinho 

— Miltinho — ( RGE ) 

7. *Nos E A Seresta — Nelson Gon- 

galves — (RCA) 

8. Let’s Twist Again — Chubby 
Checker — ( Parkway-Fermata) 

9. *Cantos De Aves Do Brasil — Jo- 

han Dalgas Frisch — (Copaca- 
bana) 

10. Isto E Danca No. 2 — Sidney — 
(Columbia) 


1. *Brasil Bi-Campeao Do Mundo — 

Oduvaldo Cozzi — (Odeon) 

2. *A Incomparavel Angela Maria — 

Angela Maria — (RCA) 

3. ’S Continental — Ray Conniff — 
(Columbia) 

4. *N6s E A Seresta — Nelson Gon- 

galves — (RCA) 

5. *Miltinho E Samba — Miltinho — 

(RGE) 


6. *Quermesse Junina — Poly — (Con- 

tinental) 

7. Pecado De Amor — Sarita Montiel 
— (Hispavox-Fermata) 

8. *Quadrilhas — Gerson Filho — 

(RCA) 

9. Let’s Twist Again — Chubby 
Checker — ( Parkway-Fermata ) 

10. Dedicated To You — Ray Charles 
— (Polydor) 

*Brazilian Music 


cn 


Cash Box — Julv 28. 1962 International Section 


E R M A N 

The summer months this year in Germany are very slow business-wise. 
With the exception of the new Conny recording, there have been no strong 
summer sellers to boost sales and bring customers into the shops here. 
Actually, the market is now in a stage of development where singles sales are 
cooling down and LP’s are still too expensive for the masses. Several firms are 
trying to help their falling singles business by making deals with the music 
box operators. Philips started the trend long ago, and Metronome soon fol- 
lowed suit. Electrola also recently announced that their singles are also avail- 
able to big one-stops at the same rates as Philips and other firms. A few 
months ago. Metronome boosted the retail price of their singles from 1.00 
dollar to 1.12 dollars and it is expected that some of the major firms will fol- 
low suit. This will probably result in a further decline in singles sales on not 
too strong items and a boost in LP business. American Columbia records has 
not yet found a home in Germany. Recently the expected deal between Colum- 
bia and Ariola records whereby Columbia would take over a large share of the 
stock of Ariola fell through, and it is not yet known where Columbia will 
close a distribution deal, or if the firm will go on its own with its own distri- 
bution and sales organization as well as production. 

August Seith of Chappell-Seith Music reports that their summer hit is 
“Caterina” in German by Willy Hagara for Philips, Silvio Francesco for Dec- 
ca, Lou Van Burg by Polydor, and Peter Holm on Ariola as well as the orig- 
inal waxing by Perry Como for RCA. Other foreign numbers moving for the 
firm include a German version of “Dear One” by Michael Holm for Telefunken, 
“Johnny Angel” in German with Alice & Ellen Kessler for Polydor, and orig- 
inal recordings of “Baby Elephant Walk,” “Liberty Valance” with Gene Pit- 
ney “The Strippper” by David Rose, and “Palisades Park” with Freddy Can- 
non. The firm is also enjoying top results with film music from “Lolita,” “The 
Road To Hong Kong” and “The West Side Story.” 

Ralph Maria Siegel reports that his top hit at present is “Auf Wiedersehn 
Marlene” both versions by Bob Moore and his own recording on his label 
Jupiter by The Prairie Singers. 

An unfortunate highway accident took the life of Ariola singer Rolf Peer. 
Rolf recently took chart honors with his version of “Brigitte Bardot.” The 
22-year-old youngster comes from Berlin and was on his way to Cologne for 
record production with his A&R man Nils Nobach. 

Ariola records reports the signing of Max Gregor’s star comedian Freddy 
Brock to a contract. Max recently inked a pact with the label and now Freddy 
will try out his comedy stylings also on records. The first waxing is a double 
twist recording. 

Ariola also has signed Lil Malmkvist, Siw’s younger sister to an exclusive 
pact. She’ll be produced by star-A&R man Nils Nobach. 

Another signing by the firm brings former Polydor star Tommy Kent into 
the A&R fold of Helmut Jantsch by the firm. 

Ariola is also pushing hard with its foreign catalog. They are now working 
hard on the new Bobby Rydell single and LP as well as the new single from 
Chubby Checker, “Tea For Two Twist.” 

Philips records reports a German tour for the Dutch College Band from 
July 14 to August 4th. 

Globus One-Stop in Frankfurt reports that the best selling record for the 
firm at present is Conny’s hit “Lady Sunshine And Mr. Moon” which has 
moved over 100,000 records in a few weeks for Electrola Records. Electrola 
also reports that Lale Anderson who just finished her new single recording 
of “Stranger On The Shore” is set for an LP for the American market. Sev- 
eral German and American evergreens will be included in the production, and 
Lale will also tell about her career and her life between songs. 

Peter Rebhuhn of Rolf Budde Music reports top action on “Quando Quando 
Quando” done in English by Pat Boone and in German by a number of stars 
with the top action single handled by Caterina Valente and brother Sylvio 
Francesco. Other waxings selling hard for the firm include “But Not For Me” 
by Ketty Lester, “A1 Di La” by Emilio Pericoli, “Johnny Get Angry” by 
Joanie Summers and “Young World” done in German by Detlef Engel as well 
as the new Billy Vaughn recording of “Indian Love Call.” Sue Thompson sends 
a card telling us that she’s planning a trip to Germany to push her new re- 
cordings. 

Teldpc Records has a heap of new German waxings of American hits start- 
ing on their way to hitsville including “Crying In The Rain” from Gerd 
Boettcher and Detlef Engel, “I Can’t Stop Loving You” by Freddie Davis, “It 
Keeps Right On A-Hurtin’ ” by The Missouris, and many others. 

That’s it for this week in Germany. 

Germany's Best Sellers 


1. *Schau Mir Nochmal In Die Augen/Schlaefts Du Schon? (Look Into My 

Eyes Again/ Are You Asleep?) — Gerhard Wendland — Philips — Melodie 
Der Welt 

2. *Ich Schau Den Weissen Wolken Nach/Einmal Weht Der Suedwind Weider 

(I Look At The White Clouds/The South Wind Will Blow Again) — Nana 
Mouskouri — Fontana — Schaeff er s 

3. *Heisser Sand (Hot Sand) — Mina — Polydor — Gerig 

4. Tu Mir Nicht Weh (Don’t Break The Heart That Loves You) — Connie 
Francis — MGM — Gerig 

5. *Lady Sunshine And Mr. Moon — Conny — Columbia — Gerig 

6. Auf Weidersehn Marlene — Bob Moore — London — Ralph Maria Siegel 

7. Auf Meiner Ranch Bin Ich Konig (El Rancho Grande) — Peter Hinnen — 
Ariola — Ralph Maria Siegel 

8. Blaues Boot Der Sehnsucht (Little Ship) — The Blue Diamonds — Fontana 
— Aberbach 

9. Caterina — Perry Como/Willy Hagara/Sylvio Francesco/Peter Holm — 
— RCA/Philips/Decca/Ariola — August Seith/Chappell 

10. Good Luck Charm — Elvis Presley — RCA — Aberbach 
* Original German Copyright 


South Africa's Best Sellers 


1. Do You Want To Dance (Mickie Most) (Rave) 

2. Dream Baby (Roy Orbison) (London) 

3. Language Of Love (J. D. Loudermilk) (RCA) 

4. Quando, Quando, Quando (Pat Boone) (Dot) 

5. Adios Amigo (Jim Reeves) (RCA) 

6. I’m Looking Out The Window (Cliff Richard) (Columbia) 

7. When My Little Boy Is Smiling (Sherry Ray) (Ridge) 

8. Her Royal Majesty (James Darren) (Pari.) 

9. I’m Not The Marrying Kind (Elvis Presley) (RCA) 

10. Wonderful Land (The Shadows) (Columbia) 


^^<AUSTRALIA> 

Tragedy struck Australia’s leading recording vocal group recently when 
Noel Weiderberg was killed in a car accident at the Sydney suburb of Brighton- 
le-Sands. Noel was the leader of The Delltones, a four-boy vocal group who 
have performed on most major television shows here and have enjoyed success 
on disc. Their current hit single — on Festival — “Get A Little Dirt On Your 
Hands” is their biggest to date. At the time of his death Noel was traveling in 
his car with two friends, both of whom escaped serious injury. He was twenty- 
six and married. 

Cliff Richard is still holding down the No. 1 spot on our best-seller list this 
week with “Do You Want To Dance,” a solid rock revival of the Bobby Free- 
man hit of a few years back. The fact that this “hard sound” single has made 
such an outstanding leap to the top of our chart adds power to the school of 
thought that our singles trade is “sick” because we aren’t giving the kids the 
type of records they want. There is a section of the trade that firmly believes 
that the Australian record industry is doing itself a great deal of damage by 
refusing (perhaps unwittingly) to give teenagers the solid sound they may 
need. The spectacular run of “Do You Want To Dance” could easily begin a 
swing back (at least in Australia) to the rock sounds of yesterday. 

EMI has moved into the local Sing-Along field with an album entitled 
“Aussie Sing-Song” by Slim Dusty and His Bushlanders which has been re- 
leased on the Columbia label. Slim Dusty is a top disc attraction in the C&W 
field and it is reasonable to assume that this package will be a strong sales 
piece. 

.Mter being on the restricted list (both mechanical and performance) for 
quite a while waiting for the release of the film “The Young Ones,” the Colum- 
bia label single of “The Savage” c/w “Peace Pipe” has been issued here 
through EMI and is shaping like a future chart-rider. 

Pye Records have already released the new James Darren single which 
couples “Mary’s Little Lamb” with “The Life Of The Party”; it looks like 
another click for the young movie star in this territory. Also from the Pye 
stable — but on the Reprise label — comes Dorsey Burnette with “Castle In The 
Sky” and “The Boys Kept Hangin’ Around.” 

From Mercury Records we have two hot singles that are current chart items 
on the Cash Box Top 100 — they are “Ahab The Arab” by Ray Stevens and 
“Little Red Rented Rowboat” by Joe Dowell. Both records have the potential 
to do well on our market and both are receiving excellent D-J attention. 

A thirteen year old youngster from Sydney by name of Gino Cuncio is 
rapidly attracting interest with a novelty single entilted “Aw Please Daddy” 
produced and issued by EMI on their HMV label. This song is reported to 
have sold some 75,000 records in South Africa within a few days of it’s release 
there by another artist. 

Australian Record Company has moved back into the singles field with a 
performance of “Dardanella” by the Ray Price Quartet on the Coronet label. 
This could be a revival season for “Dardanella” as it is also the “A” side of a 
new W&G single by local instrumental group The Thunderbirds. 

On an Ampar single (through Festival) we find Eddie Fisher’s release of 
“Arrivederci Roma.” 

Young English star Mark Wynter who was quite a success when he visited 
Australia a few months back has a newie on Decca which brings “I Love Her 
Still” and “Angel Talk.” Mark Wynter is expected to visit these shores again 
before the end of the year. 

“Teen Tops” is the name of a new series of half-hour television shows being 
presented by BTQ-Channel 1 in Brisbane, Queensland. The show is being pre- 
pared and hosted by Nat Kipner and Ian Annable and will be built ’round the 
use of pop records, film clips and such in conjunction with artists’ photos and 
biogs. Present plan is for the show to include hard rock sounds along with the 
more subdued hit records as well. 

Australia's Best Sellers 


1. Do You Want To Dance (Cliff Richard — Columbia) Robert Mellin 

2. Wolverton Mountain (Claude King — Coronet/Kevin Shegog — W&G) Wal- 
laby Music 

3. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (Gene Pitney — UA) Chappell & Co. 

4. * Southern ’Rora (Joy Boys — Festival) Col Joye Music 

5. *I’ve Been Everywhere (Lucky Starr — Festival) Johnny Devlin Music 

6. *Have You Ever Been To See King’s Cross (Fi-ankie Davidson — W&G) 

Woomera Music 

7. West Of The Wall (Toni Fisher — London) Belinda Music 

8. I Can’t Stop Loving You (Ray Charles — Ampar) Acuff-Rose 

9. Follow That Dream (Elvis Presley — RCA) Belinda Music 

10. *Si Senor (Rob E. G. — Festival) Leeds Music 

*Locally Produced Record. 


The “Genius” In Paris 



PARIS — RAY CHARLES, who is currently riding the charts in the States 
with “I Can’t Stop Loving You” and “You Don’t Know Me,” is pictured above 
being interviewed by the press at Orly Airport. The chanter came to France 
for an engagement at Paris’ Olympia Music Hall. 


Cash Box — Juiy 28, 1962 


51 



This week we had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Chris Spinosa of Vesuvius 
Records, who spent two full weeks in Milan trying to get representations of 
Italian catalogs for the States, Vesuvius being — maybe — the only active 
American house working on original Italian material. Mr. Spinosa announced 
the distribution in his country of MGM and this way he means to reach all 
the American record buying public, and not only the limited Italian communi- 
ties. Mr. Spinosa also announced that a Vesuvius’ office in Milan will soon be 
opened. Vesuvius records has just released an album “Amore D’Altri Tempi,” 
by Emilio Pericoli, who has just smashed out in the States with “A1 Di La,” an 
album by Fallabrino and another by Leoni-Libano, both instrumentals. Sched- 
uled for release are an LP by Tony Dallara, the “Celentano’s,” under the 
Gurtler’s label, and “Creola” by Joe Damiano. The work and the effort by 
Chris Spinosa in supporting our product on the USA market is appreciated by 
the Italian record industry. 

Tony Renis the happy composer and interpreter of “Quando Quando” is in 
great demand in every part of Italy. Latest composition by Pino Donaggio is 
“Saint Tropez.” These two boys, who represent the VCM’s best selling talent, 
are on this week’s chart with other pieces. 

“Tower Of Strength,” by Adriano Celentano goes on smashing in sales, and 
steadly fills our number one slot. It’s the first release on Clan, the house 
opened by Adriano himself. 

“Cuando Calienta El Sol” (Number 6) is now available on 5 labels: RCA, 
Durium, Rifi, Karim and Phonocolor. The piece is expected to boom in record 
sales next Autumn, when people come back from vacations. 

It seems that this RCA Italiana executives predicted rightly: the numbers 
they released last Spring as their possible hit of the Summer are consistent 
successes, in fact “Cuando Calienta El Sol” by the Hermanns Rigual is cur- 
rently number six; “Lasciami II Tuo Sorriso” (Leave Me Your Smile) by Nico 
Fidenco is Number 8, and “Pinne Fucile Ed Occhiali,” (Flippers Rifle And 
Glass) is Number 11. The three titles are top tunes. 

“Liana” the new record by Little Tony is selling well (Durium), and Johnny 
Halliday’s doing fine with “Retiens La Nuit.” 

“Clair De Lune A Maubeuge” receives its first Italian recordings at Ricordi, 
and Durium. Maubeuge has become Paullo, in the Italian lyrics, a small town 
just outside Milan. 

Italy's Best Sellers 

One Weeks 
This Week On 


Week 

Ago 

Chart 


1. 

1. 

8. 

Stai Lontana da Me/1) Adriano Celentano/Clan. Published 
by Ricordi. 2) G. McDaniels/VCM 

2. 

2. 

4. 

Renato — Mina/Italdisc. Published by Ducale 

3. 

3. 

10. 

La Ragazza Col Maglione — Pino Donaggio /VCM. Pub- 
lished by Curci 

4. 

— 

1. 

St. Tropez Twist/Daniela — Peppino Di Capri/Carisch 

5. 

4. 

4. 

11 Faut Savoir — Charles Aznavour/Barclay. Published by 
Ricordi 

6. 

7. 

6. 

Quando Calienta El Sol — -Hermanos Rigual/RCA Los Mar- 
cellos Ferial/Durium Lina De Lima/Rifi. Published by 
Southern 

7. 

9. 

4. 

Amor Amor Amor/Tangor Per Favor — Tony Renis/VCM. 
Published by Southern/Ricordi 

8. 

12. 

2. 

Lasciami 11 Tuo Sorriso — Nico Fidenco/RCA. Published by 
RCA Italiana 

9. 

14. 

4. 

Anema E Core — Cliff Richard /VCM. Published by Leonardi 

10. 

15. 

4. 

Torna Piccina Mia — Peppino Di Capri/Carisch. Published 
by Bixio 

11. 

— 

1. 

Pinne Fucile Ed Occhiali — Edoardo Vianello/RCA. Pub- 
lished by Leonardi 

12. 

10. 

7. 

Evelyne/Nini Rosso/Durium 

13. 

6. 

5. 

Abatjour — Henry Wright/CGD. Published by Nazional- 
music 

14. 

— 

6. 

Caterina — Tony Dallara/Gurtler, Perry Como/RCA. Mar- 
ino Marini/Durium. Published by Messaggerie Musicali 

15. 

5. 

8. 

La Paloma — Elvis Presley/RCA. Connie Francis/MGM. 
Public Dominum. 


Argentina's Best Sellers 


1. Multiplicacion (Adaris-Hill & Range-Fermata) Bobby Darin (Atlantic); 
Los Mac Ke Mac’s, Pablo Beltran Ruiz (RCA); Freddy Luciano (Music 
Hall); Juan Ramon (Disc Jockey); Manolo Munoz (Odeon Pops); Los 
Jets (Opus); Los Salvajes (Columbia). 

2. Medianoche En Moscu (Tyler-Melody Trails-Novel) Sterling Brandy 
(Tono-disc); Los Santos (Music Hall); Los Mac Ke Mac’s (RCA); Leda 
Montes (Microfon); Juan Ramon (Disc Jockey); Rivertown Dixieland 
Band, Los Big Ben (Philips); Julio Cesar (Odeon Pops) 

3. *Paloma (Korn) Los Andariegos (Tonodisc); Los Cantores de Quilla Huasi, 

Hugo Diaz (Philips); Roberto Yanes (Columbia); Los Cava Bengal, Fa- 
rias Cabanillas (RCA); Vicente Quiroz (TK); Angelica Anchart (Dimsa); 
Los Chilicotes (Odeon); Siro San Roman, Julio Molina Cabral (Music 
Hall) 

4. La Noche Que Llore (The Night I Cried) (Pago-Fermata) Brian Hyland 
(Ariel); Juan Ramon (Tonodisc) 

5. *E1 Poeta Lloro (Korn) Cauby Peixoto, Horacio Deval (RCA); Los Fer- 

nandos (Odeon Pops) 

7. Luz Y Sombras (Pham-Edami) Los Panchos (Columbia); Javier Solis 
(Orfeo); Rosamel Araya (Disc Jockey); Marco Antonio Muniz (RCA); 
Los Femandos (Odeon Pops) 

8. Tico Tico No Fuba (Vitale-Edami) Ray Conniff (Columbia) 

9. Nacida Para Mi (Ricordi-Fortissimo) Los Santos (Music Hall); Adriano 
Celentano (Microfon); Tony Vilar (Columbia); Sonia, Los Big Ben 
(Philips); Los Bachilleres (Odeon Pops) 

10. 'Toda Una Vida (Pham-Edami) Cuco Sanchez (Columbia) 

11. Quiereme Tiernamente (Spanka-Fermata) Paul Anka, Marty Cosens 
(RCA) 

12. El Jet Del Twist (Fermata) Chubby Checker (Fermata) 

13. *Desagradecida (Korn) Siro San Roman (Music Hall) 

14. Tierra De Amor (Loveland) (Spanka-Fermata) Paul Anka (Ariel) 

15. Dale Dale (Pham-Edami) Manolo Munoz (Odeon Pops); Lucio (Columbia) 
*Local Product 




ARGENTINA 


The “bomb” news of this week was furnished by Ricardo Mejia, consumer 
products manager of RCA, who informed us that Neil Sedaka, before leaving 
for Italy, cut two LP’s for RCA Argentina. Both albums were cut with arrange- 
ments and orchestra direction by Victor Buchino, musical director of RCA. One 
of the LP’s features Sedaka singing his latest hits in Spanish, and the other 
one as a pianist, in a Latin-rhythmed version of his best smashes, which, it is 
hoped, will find a larger market since it shows a new- and unexplored-side of 
Neil’s talent. Mejia believes that the Spanish LP will prove to be big in all 
Spanish speaking countries, and will help Sedaka’s popularity in this part of 
the world. Sedaka’s visit to Buenos Aires has been a success; he performed 
on television (Channel 13), Luna Park and Independiente and Velez Sarsfield 
dance parties. In one of these parties there was an attendance of 6,000, which 
is pretty good for a single meet. 

Columbia is finishing the details of its new recording studios, which will be 
inaugurated soon. The equipment allows stereo recordings in two and three 
channels, has air conditioning, and a series of features that will produce, ac- 
cording to the diskery, top quality records. One of the first artists to use the 
new equipment will be Astor Piazolla, modern tango musician, who was recently 
inked by the label. 

More about Columbia: the diskery will release a new LP by Julio Sosa, well 
known tango singer. The new album will be entitled “El Tango Los Siento Asi 
(I Feel Tango This Way).” There is an interesting report about Mexican 
singer Cuco Sanchez. Columbia reports that his new LP, “Boleros,” has shown 
very good sales, not only in Mendoza and Cordoba (cities were Sanchez is 
particularly popular), but also in Buenos Aires. In general, his records have 
been always well received by the customers. “Boleros” is his fifth LP in 
Argentina. 

News from Philips: Latest releases are an LP by Ricky Nelson, entitled 
“Ricky Idolo,” and singles by El Chango Rodriguez (folk artist), Tito Alberti 
(Tropical music, recorded in Argentina), Los Cuimbae (folk group), Fulvio 
Salamanca (Tango orchestra) and 45 EP’s by Hugo Blanco, Roberto Delgado, 
Grus Bakus and Bert Kaempfert. The EP’s belong to the Polydor series. A spe- 
cial item in Philips’ news is the “Sexy” three album set, which includes such 
artists as Andre, Trumpet Boy, Tito Alberti, Malando, Tulio Gallo and others. 
The set includes a big photograph of cinema actress Isabel Sarli. The trick is 
that each one of the three LP’s includes a third part of the photo. Thus, the 
customer who wants to have the complete picture has to buy the three albums 
which are sold separately. The diskery plans to build a big promotion around 
the “Sexy” set. 

Surco Industrias Musicales announces the release of two new singles, under 
the United Artists and Atlantic labels. The UA single is “I Loved So Hard I 
Cried” and “I Wanna Love My Love Away,” by Gene Pitney. The other is 
“Extasis” and “Yes” by Ben E. King. Recently, Surco released King’s first 
LP, “Spanish Harlem.” 

Mauricio Brenner informs Cash Box that his pubbery (Fermata) is putting 
all its efforts on the promotion of new twist tunes. It now has on the market 
the “Tiger Twist” from the film “Tropico di Notte,” recorded by Armando 
Sciascia. Fermata is also working on two Italian hits “Renato” and “La Ra- 
gazza Col Maglione (La Chica del Pullover).” Some recordings of these songs 
have been already arranged. Other Fermata items are “Un Anima Tra Le 
Mani,” and “Pera Matura,” also from Italy. On the local product side, the 
publisher is promoting “Paco,” a pachanga rhythmed song written by a com- 
poser from the province of Mendoza. 

Michael Davis reports that the Compact 33 released by the diskery with four 
Brian Hyland tunes has been very well received by the customers. Davis ex- 
pects much from the Hyland LP that will be released in a few weeks. It is also 
supposed that “Ginny Come Lately,” single, will also be a chart rider. 

Roberto Lambertucci of Neumann Publishers reports that “Tique Taque,” 
the French tune, will be released in Buenos Aires by Andy Russell (who is 
finishing his series of programs on TV Channel 7), Francis Bay (Philips) and 
somebody at RCA. Neumann plans to give good promotion to the tune. 

Producciones Fermata has released “The Wah-Watusi (El Grito Watsui),” 
and “Holiday Hill,” by The Orlons, and “Gravy” and “Baby Cake,” by D.ee Dee 
Sharp. Both artists belong to the Cameo label, represented by Fermata in Ar- 
gentina. 

Juan Bernabe, president of the Paraguayan Association of Radio Broad- 
casters and owner of Radio Comuneors of Asuncion, spent a few days in Buenos 
Aires, looking at the music scene. Bernabe returned to his country July 15. 

RCA has released the eighth LP of its “Explosivos” series. It is called “La 
Pomada Explosiva” and includes Neil Sedaka’s “King Of Clowns,” Floyd Cra- 
mer’s “On The Rebound,” “Cuando, Cuando, Cuando” by Jolly Land, “Dejala 
Dejala,” by Palito Ortega (Teen rock ’n roller), “La Hora del Amor,” by los 
TNT, and others. 

News from Music Hall: Latest releases are “Yellow Bird,” by Lawrence 
Welk as a single; this song had been already released on Compact 33); “The 
Lion Sleeps Tonight,” by Aki Aleong (Reprise) ; a Compact 33 by Pablo Yovino, 
recently inked by the label; another by Francisco Cazador (also Reprise) and 
an LP by Renata Tarrego, under the Hispavox line. 

Odeon (EMI representative in Argentina) has decided to enter the single 
33 field, discontinuing the 45 single releases. Odeon was the only company 
that released single 45’s which were abandoned by the other diskeries some 
months ago. The question is: What will customers do with the 45 rpm players 
that are still being sold, and were somewhat popular a couple of years ago? 
Now they are completely obsolete. The nice side of this is that a one speed 
record player is now possible. However, the four speed player has still many 
years of life left. 

More about Odeon: Jose A. Rota informed Cash Box that the first Julie Lon- 
don LP is ready. It will appear under the Liberty label, recently inked for 
representation by Odeon. Besides, the diskery will release four tunes from the 
Cash Box top ten: “The Stripper,” “I Can’t Stop Loving You,” “Snap Your 
Fingers,” and “Keep Right On Your Feet,” next week. Ambar La Fox, who hit 
the charts with “Mami,” a local tune penned by Chico Novarro, is finishing her 
first LP with a big string orchestra. 

Julio Korn Publishers are working on the promotion of twu tunes recently 
arranged: “Don’t Break The Heart That Loves You” and “Linda Muchachita,” 
which were cut by Connie Francis in Spanish. Also, there is an instrumental 
version of “Don’t Break The Heart That Loves You,” cut by Billy Vaughn, 
represented here by Music Hall. The pubbery has also on deck three tunes 
composed by Hugo Blanco, and released about ten days ago by Polydor 
(Philips): “El Herrero,” “Teo” and “Duke de Leche.” When this column ap- 
pears, Ricardo Korn, head of JK, will be already back from his 45-a-day long 
European tour, which included Italy, Germany, France, Spain and other coun- 
tries. 



Johnny Cash fans will be thrilled with his new Columbia set, “The Sound 
Of Johnny Cash.” It is a happy mixture of more familiar material and original 
items that showcase the singer’s talents to excellent advantage. Speculation 
runs high among those who have heard the set as to what songs may be lifted 
and released as singles. Incidentally, the current Cash hit, “In The Jailhouse 
Now” is included in the new package. Heavy favorites for single release at 
this stage of the game are: “Mr. Lonesome” and “Sing It Pretty Sue.” Some of 
the standard tunes in the set are “I Forgot More Than You’ll Ever Know” and 
“Cottonfields.” Bob Martin isn’t saying if any of the tunes are to be released as 
singles, and if plans do call for this, the Columbia brass aren’t saying which 
ones. 

Ray Stevens formerly associated with CKOY-Ottawa and CKGM-Montreal as 
a deejay, has entered the advertising game as Radio and TV director of adver- 
tising with Steinbergs Ltd., the large grocery chain based in Montreal. 

Cutest new single of the week is the Cameo item by Mike Same, “Come 
Outside.” At this writing the disc is the number one best seller in England 
and could well duplicate that level of success in Canada. 

Alex Ticknovich of The Romeos drops a line to say that their new Columbia 
LP, “Rendezvous With The Romeos” is enjoying a high degree of success 
across the country. On behalf of the group he asks that their thanks be ex- 
pressed to Canadian deejays and others in the trade for their help with the 
set. 

All set for the new release by Bobby Curtola on Tartan. The wraps came off 
7/17. It’s set to be released Stateside 7/26. “I Cry And Cry” b/w “Big Time 
Spender” are the two sides. Basil Hurdon, Bobby’s co-manager, is keeping his 
fingers crossed. 

A friendly argument has developed into a grudge on-air gimmick at Ottawa’s 
CKOY. Ted Daigle and Johnny Murphy, platter spinners at the Ottawa outlet 
got wound up in a hot dispute over the comparitive merits and hit potential of 
the reverse sides of the new Patti Page, Mercury release. Ted laid his money 
on “Three Fools” while Johnny backed up “The Boy’s Night Out.” 'The friendly 
argument developed into an on-the-air contest. Each deejay is now playing the 
side of the disc he supports and inviting his listeners to write in and support 
his choice. The mail is pouring in, and as yet no accurate accounting of the 
standings are available. No matter which of the two platter spinners comes 
out victorious, Patti’s new release is bound to be a winner, and Mercury 
distributor Bill Smithers in Montreal is all smiles. He’s even pulling for a draw. 
In any event Bill, put up five Patti Page LP’s which will go to five of the 
voters for the winning side of the new single in the CKOY deejay’s battle. 

New addition to Toronto’s CHUM news department is Dennis Woolings. 

This corner enjoyed a long chat with Billy Martin during the artist’s recent 
appearance in Hull, Quebec. He reports that a brand new album will be released 
in Canada on or about the first of September under the London colors. The set 
was recorded last April in New York when Billy and his band were appearing 
at the Peppermint Lounge. The Montreal musician and band leader is very 
excited about the new set. He tells us that in addition to his own five musicians 
the band was augmented by some of the top studio musicians in New York. 
As many as fifteen musicians were taking active parts in the numbers included 
in the new package. The set will contain a wide variety of material intended 
to please not only the teen audience but older record buyers as well. 

Harold Founds, head man at Sparton, is very happy about early reception in 
the trade to two new ABC Paramount items. “Shiela” by Tommy Roe is really 
breaking out in western markets, with Edmonton leading the way, reports 
Harold. The German version of “Baby Sitting Boogie,” the while-back Colum- 
bia smash, on Am-Par by Ralph Bendix is under way in Toronto and other 
eastern markets. Harold is also happy about the numerous air spins that Lou 
Monte’s “Please Mr. Columbus” is getting. The Sparton, Canada-wide, conven- 
tion was set for July 16, 17 and 18th. At this convention the label’s fall plan 
was to be introduced to the gathering of salesmen and distributors. 

Jimmie Rodgers appears destined for an early return to chart contention 
with either one or both of his new singles, just released. One is on Jimmie’s 
new label, Dot and was sent to leading jocks in Canada by Jimmie’s Honey- 
comb Productions. The other is on Roulette. Both have the hit sound for sure. 
Bill Smithers, Dot’s man in Montreal, informs that “No One Will Ever Know” 
seems to be the top side of the Dot outing for Jimmie. Meanwhile, Roulette 
with whom Jimmie had been previously associated have released a new side 
that has a very pleasing sound. Entitled, “Wanderin’ Eyes,” it may give the 
new Dot release some competition. Hal Ross at Compo reports that initial reac- 
tion to the Roulette side has been good throughout Quebec and Ontario. 

Phil Stone mentions in his recent CHUM news release that golfer Gary 
Player is soon to become a recording star. 

Ray Rutledge writes from Quality’s head office that they are propping a new 
album release for August 1st. The new set will feature what Wray describes 
as, “the new and startling voice,” of Winnipeg’s Ted Rivers. Material in the 
album, according to Wray, fits in well with the current trend of pop-country 
and western blended items that have been gathering a lot of coin in the indus- 
try of late. The LP -will feature twelve fresh new songs. Wray and the Quality 
brass are waiting for the trade to pick a pair of sides from the new set before 
they release a single by the artist. New album by Ted Rivers will be on Reo. 

A Broadcast News dispatch datelined Vancouver, indicates that Jimmy 
Dean’s Colurnbia waxing of “Steel Men” is not being promoted by Columbia’s 
west coast distributor, or is it being played by area radio stations. The lyric 
of the song describes the collapse of the Second Narrows Bridge in 1958. 
E. R. Gordon, Columbia Distributor on the west coast, says the record might 
be fine for everywhere else in Canada but not Vancouver. The lyrics recall 
too many bad memories for Vancouverites. Mr. Gordon went on to say that the 
company had no intention of pushing “Steel Men” in Vancouver. 

Cash Box has learned that popular Montreal air personality Jack Finnegan 
will soon leave his CKGM show to take up platter spinning duties with his old 
CKGM boss, Gene Kirby at Toronto’s CKEY. Bob Gilles will take over Jack’s 
6-9 PM segment on ’GM. 


ARGENTINA (Continued) 

Disc Jockey has released a version of “Cruela,” a song from the “One Hun- 
dred And One Dalmations” Walt Disney flick. The tune has been recorded by 
Horacio Malvicino and his group, and is expected to be a success. The diskery 
is also releasing an album by Malvicino, entitled “Las Dos Caras De Horacio 
(Horacio’s Two Faces),” and two singles by Victor Hugo y los Caminantes: 
“Alicia (Bolivian taquirari),” and “Ilusion Perdida (Peruvian vals),” and two 
records by Conjunto Luki, a group recently inked by the label. 

Jorge Esperon of Tonodisc reports that his company has inked Roberto Ga- 
larza, “chamame” singer. The chamame is a folk rhythm very popular in cer- 
tain parts of the country such as the provinces of Entre Rios, Corrientes, Chaco 
and Misiones (eastern part of Argentina). Tonodisc is seeking more orchestra 
with country-styled rhythm, as these recording are well received in those areas. 


^^<^ENELUX^> 


HOLLAND 

Fast rising star of Dutch-Indonesian singer Anneke Gronlob is sparkling 
again in an Ep with four Indonesian popular songs. Mr. Otto Vriezenberg, 
labelmanager for popular Philips, told Cash Box that a very large quantity 
of this EP was ordered by Singapore, the country where Anneke Gronloh left 
an everlasting impression. Anneke is accompanied on this EP by Ger van 
Leeuwen’s Orchestra. 

Mr. John Ros, labelmanager for Dutch Decca, told Cash Box that the great 
German hit “Lady Sunshine And Mr. Moon” will be released by The Blue 
Diamonds. Their latest hit “Marching Along With The Blue Diamonds” on 
Decca is one of the best sales-items of this summer. 

Nearly a decade ago, the Italian string-ensemble I Musici made their first 
recordings for Philips. Their propaganda for old Italian composers in particu- 
lar set going a world-wide revival of 17th and 18th century Italian music. 
One of the best known of the I Musici recordings became “The Four Seasons,” 
a cycle of concert! gross! by Antonio Vivaldi. This month. Philips released 
the first LP of I Musici interpretations of another Vivaldi-cycle: “II Cemento 
Dell’Armonia E Dell’ Invenzione” — 12 violin concertos, published for the first 
time in Amsterdam, 1725. Mr. Leo Boudewijns, Philips label manager of L.C. 
Phonogram, told us that the series will consist of three albums, each contain- 
ing four concertos with Felix Ayo as the violin soloist. The played scores, he 
added, are those of the original Amsterdam edition. 

Famous Dutch contralto Miss Aafje Heynis from Amsterdam recorded a 
new album with beloved Reformation hymns for the Philips label. Although 
sung in Dutch, her albums of religious songs are in great demand abroad, 
because of Miss Heynis’ beautiful voice which reminds the foreign listener 
of the Kathleen Ferrier splendor. She is accompanied on church organ by 
Simon C. Jansen. 

BELGIUM 

At this moment Ronnex’ American top-artist Jack Hammer is in sunny 
Spain, where he performs with great success in Madrid and Barcelona. More- 
over Hammer supervises in Madrid “El Torero Negro,” a movie for which he 
wrote the script and in which he is the most important actor. “El Torero 
Negro” handles about bull-fighting and to play his part as good as he can, 
Jack Hammer took lessons in bull-fighting from famous Mexican toreador 
Alfonso Gallardo. 

Polydor’s bestsellers are “Yours” by Kenny Chandler, “Petit Gonzales” by 
Danyel Gerard, “Le Mexicain” by Marcel Amont, “Rik Van Looy” by Franky 
Bodet and “Alo Ahe” by Freddy (the latter being in the Top 10 from Belgium). 

Polydor is expecting a big lot from the last Peter Kraus’ “Sweety” and 
“Strasse Der Sehnsucht” and all efforts are concentrated to make it a big 
and sure shot. 

Mr. Jeff De Boeck, Manager of Ardmore & Beechwood (Belgium) recently 
paid a visit to London, while he was there, he saw among others Mr. Sid Cole- 
man (Ardmore & Beechwood supervisor), Mr. Alan Paramor of Lorna Music 
and Mr. Mortimer of Filmusic. Mr. De Boeck was able to obtain for exploita- 
tion in Benelux some songs, of which the following are particularly worthy 
of note: “Nut Rocker” and “Nautilus” by B. Bumble and “Twist 'Twist Se- 
nora” by Gary U.S. Bonds. As well as this, Filmusic (the music publishing 
Company attached to the Rank Organisation) assigned its complete catalogue 
to Ardmore & Beechwood (Belgium) for a period of three years. Four new 
songs have just appeared in this catalogue: “Tiara Tahiti” with Danny Wil- 
liams, “Why Little Girl” and “It’s Gonna Take Magic” with Shane Fenton 
and “I Don’t Care” with Helen Shapiro. Mr. De Boeck’s assistant, Mr. Oscar 
Saintal, announces the release in the very near future on H.M.V. of the French 
version of “Twist Twist Senora” by Belgian’s number one star Burt Blanca. 
This really is a wonderful recording. Ardmore & Beechwood (Belgium) have 
also recently acquired some more good French numbers: “Cousine Cousine” 
(Editions Pathe Marconi), “Oh! Dis-Le Moi” (Editions Metropolitaines) with 
Les Chats Sauvages on Pathe and “On Se Reverra” (Editions Caravelle) with 
Colette Dereal on Polydor. Last but not least, there has recently taken place 
at Brussels an important meeting between Messrs De Boeck and Saintal on the 
one hand and Mr. Van Vught from the Altona Publishing Company in Amster- 
dam. This meeting proved to be a very useful one, and resulted in Ardmore & 
Beechwood assigning both “Nut Rocker” and “Nautilus” for the territory of 
Holland to Altona. 

Holland's Best Sellers 


1. Do You Want To Dance (Cliff Richard/Columbia) (Les Ed. Int. Basart/ 
Amsterdam). 

2. Good Luck Charm (Elvis Presley/RCA) (Belinda/Amsterdam). 

3. Zwei Kleine Italiener (Conny/H.M.V.) (Uitgeverij Portengen/Haarlem). 

4. I Can’t Stop Loving You (Ray Charles/ABC Paramount) (Acuff-Rose 
Music Benelux/Brussels). 

5. Brandend Zand/Heisser Sand (Anneke Gronloh/Philips, Mina/Polydor) 
(Benelux Music/Weert). 

6. 'Tanze Mit Mir In Den Morgen (Gerhard Wendland/Philips) (Benelux 
Music/Weert). 

7. Wonderful Land (The Shadows/Columbia) (Melodia/ Amsterdam). 

8. Ginny Come Lately (Brian Hyland/Artone) (Uitgeverij J. Portengen/ 
Haarlem). 

9. Janus Pak Me Nog Een Keer (Paula Dennis/ Artone) (Uitgeverij J. Por- 
tengen/Haarlem). 

10. The Young Ones (Cliff Richard/Columbia) (Les Ed. Int. Basart/ Amster- 
dam). 

Belgium's Best Sellers 


FLEMISH 

1. Zwei Kleine Italiener (Conny/Electrola) (Frankie Music/Antwerp). 

2. Ya Ya (Joey Dee & The Starliters/Roulette, Petula Clark/Vogue) (World 
Music/Brussels). 

3. Good Luck Charm (Elvis Presley/RCA) (Belinda/Brussels). 

4. Do You Want To Dance (Cliff Richard/Columbia) (Mellin/Brussels). 

5. Caterina (Perry Como/RCA, Bobbejaan Schoepen/Decca) (Class Music/ 
Antwerp ) . 

6. Love Me Warm And Tender (Paul Anka/RCA) (Spanka/Brussels). 

7. The Young Ones (Cliff Richard/Columbia) (Essex Music/Brussels). 

8. A Steel Guitar And A Glass Of Wine (Paul Anka/RCA) (Spanka/Brus- 
sels). 

9. When My Little Girl Is Smiling (Jimmy Justice/Pye) (Ed. Bens/Brussels). 

10. Norman (Sue Thompson/Funckler) (Acuff-Rose Music Benelux/Brussels). 


Cash Box — July 28, 1962 


'International Section 


53 


Ca^ Box 


COUNTRY D.J. 

REGIONAL RECORD REPORTS 


SAM GREEN 
KOKE 

Austin, Tex. 

1 . Backward, Turn Backward (S. Whitman) 

2. Wolverton Mountain (C. King) 

3. Bricks And Mortar (S. Burns) 

4. Adios Amigo (J. Reeves) 

5. Sally Was A Good Ole Girl (H. Cochran) 

6. Together We Stand (C. Belew) 

7. One Look At Heaven (S. Jackson) 

8. Tears Fall Again (J. Jericho) 

9. It Scares Me (F. Husky) 

10. I Forgot More (S. Whitman) 


WM. EDDIE MATHERLY 
WKCW 

Warrenton, Va. 

1. Cold Dark Waters (P. Wagoner) 

2. Mama Sang A Song (B. Anderson) 

3. If You Don't Know (G. Hamilton) 

4. Success (L. Lynn) 

5. Second Best (J. Sheppard) 

6. Everybody But Me (E. Ashworth) 

7. Philadelphia Lawyer (W. Lee & S. Cooper) 

9. Just Another Fool Along The Way 

(M. Montgomery) 

10. King Of Fools (B. Owens) 


JACK RENO 
KFLK 

Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. 

1. Save The Last Dance For Me (B. Owens) 

2. Crazy Wild Desire (W. Pierce) 

3. Answer To Charlie Shoes (J. Mosby) 

4. You Take The Future (H. Snow) 

5. Pity Poor Me <J. Foster) 

6. Adios Amigo (J. Reeves) 

7. Blue Roller Rink (B. Grammer) 

8. Darkness On The Face Of The Earth 

(H. Hawkins) 

9. Wolverton Mountain (C. King) 

HANK CRAIG 
XEG 

Ft. Worth, Tex. 

1 . Wolverton Mountain (C. King) 

2. Where The Old Red River (J. Davis) 

3. Adios Amigo U. Reeves) 

4. Touch Me (W. Nelson) 

5. Trouble's Back In Town (Wilburn Bros.) 

6. Tomorrow I’ll Cry (B. Wills) 

7. In The Jailhouse Now (J. Cash) 

8. Gossip Of A Friend (B. Deaton) 

9. China Doll (G. Hamilton) 

10. Steel Men (J. Dean) 


ERIC SCOTT 
7LA 

Tasmania, Aust. 

1. Wolverton Mountain (K. Shegog) 

2. Wolverton Mountain (C. King) 

3. Little Bitty Tear (B. Ives) 

4. If You Walk Out That Gate (S. Dusty) 

5. Red Wing (S. Rankin) 

6. Talking In Your Sleep (Rick & Thel) 

7. Middletons' Roustabout (S. Dusty) 

8. Beer With No Pub (B. Starlight) 

9. I Want A Pardon For Daddy (S. Dusty) 

10. Teardrops (B. Williams) 

MARY WILSON 
KCLX 

Colfax, Wash. 

1. Adios Amigo (J. Reeves) 

2. Wolverton Mountain (C. King) 

3. The Comeback (F. Young] 

4. I Can Mend Your Broken Heort (D. Gibson) 

5. A Little Heartache (E. Arnold) 

6. Success (L. Lynn) 

7. Where The Old Red River Flows (J. Davis) 

8. Little Bitty Big John (J. Dean) 

9. Trouble’s Back In Town (Wilburn Bros.) 

10. Will Your Lawyer Talk To God (K. Wells) 


GENE GUTHRIE 
KHEY 

El Paso, Tex. 

1. Take Time (W. Pierce) 

2. Open Pit Mine (G. Jones) 

3. Where My House Lives (W. Nelson) 

4. I’d Come Back To Me (D. Young) 

5. Little Wheels (G. Kent) 

6. Rodeo (B. Chappel) 

7. Wolverton Mountain (C. King) 

8. The Comeback (D. Young) 

9. Steel Men (J. Dean) 

10. Darkness On The Face Of The Earth 

(H. Hawkins) 


FRANK KENNEDY 
WPUP 

Gainesville, Fla. 

1. Wolverton Mountain (C. King) 

2. She Thinks I Still Care (G. Jones) 

3. Save The Last Dance For Me (B. Owens) 

4. Will Your Lawyer Talk To God (K. Wells) 

5. Darkness On The Face Of The Earth 

(H. Hawkins) 

6. China Doll (G. Hamilton) 

7. Of All The Things You Left (J. Newman) 

8. Crazy Wild Desire (W. Pierce) 

9. Trouble’s Back In Town (Wilburn Bros.) 

10. On And On And On (B. Anderson) 


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“AFTER DARK AFFAIR” “YOU MUST BE TRUE” (2:26) 

[Cedarwood BMI — Walker, Newkeys BMI — King, Cox] 

Coleman] 

JIMMY NEWMAN (Decca 31416) 

Jimmy Newman, who is currently riding the country chart with “Of All 
The Things,” could zoom up the charts real fast with either end of this 
new two-sided hitsville contender. In “After Dark Affair,” the chanter 
unleashes his professional vocal talents full-blast on a catchy, shuffle-beat 
hillbilly lament with his expected poise and authority. The songster sells 
a familiar country plea, “You Must Be True,” on the other end. Either 
side here can make it big. 


“A MILE AND A QUARTER” (2:29) [Lo-Ja BMI— Smith, Loden] 
“JUST ONE MORE LIE” (2:20) [Marson BMI— Legate] 
SONNY JAMES (Dot 16381) 

Sonny James’ initial entry on Dot, tagged “A Mile And A Quarter,” has 
all the necessary built-in success ingredients to score heavily in the coin 
department. The side is potent, fast-moving, folk flavored ditty inspired 
by the recent break from Alcatraz. On the fip, “Just One More Lie,” 
James delivers a pretty, slow-moving ballad in the tradition-oriented 
country vein. Also deserves exposure. 


“TROUBLE AHEAD” (2:34) [Acuff-Rose BMI— Carver] 

“PHILDELPHIA LAWYER” (2:55) [American BMI— Maddox] 

WILMA LEE AND STONEY COOPER (Hickory 1179) 

Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper could have their first chart-rider in quite 
awhile with this new release. The duo are teamed up with the Clinch 
Mountain Clan for “Trouble Ahead,” a plaintive uptempo tear-jerker 
which aptly showcases their winning vocal abilities. In “Philadelphia 
Lawyer,” Wilma and Stoney deliver an interesting bluegrass-flavored 
tear-jerker with some real spinnable lyrics. Eye it for rapid sales accept- 
ance. 


“SHE CAN’T READ” (2:18) [Starday BMI— Tubb] 

“ROSE OF LOVE” (2:15) [Starday BMI — Fitzmorris, Rhodes] 

RED SOVINE (Starday 598) 

Red Sovine, who hit last time out with “East Of West Berlin,” could 
duplicate that success with this promising newie tagged “She Can’t Read 
My Writing.” The tune is a fast-moving dual-track lament with an effec- 
tive chorus backing. The other side, “Rose Of Love,” is first-rate ballad 
essayed with loads of authority by Sovine. Plenty of potential here. 


“IT KEEPS RIGHT ON A-HURTIN’ SINCE I LEFT (2:52) 
[Tanridge BMI — Tillotson, Mann] 

“PRETTY LIES” (2:28) [Cedarwood BMI— Walker, Stanton] 
JOYCE SMITH ‘(Decca 31418) 

Joyce Smith comes up with a top-drawer potential coin-puller with this 
new Decca release. The top side, “It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin Since I 
Left,” is femme follow-up stanza to Johnny Tillotson’s big-pop-country 
chart-rider and the lark gives the tune an impressive, professional de- 
livery. In “Pretty Lies,” the thrush reads a traditional, chorus-backed, 
slow-paced country weeper with some real smart lyrics. Spinners should 
come in droves for the side. 




DOTTIE WEST (Atlantic 2155) 

(B-h) “YOU SAID I’D LOVE 
AGAIN” (2:31) [Tree BMI— 
Killen] Dottie West spearheads At- 
lantic’s drive in the country dept, 
with this tender, slow-paced, tear- 
jerker. The lark’s feelingful, sincere 
delivery coupled with the side’s first- 
rate lyrics make it natural for jockey 
attention. 

(B-h) “I’D PICK UP MY HEART 
(AND GO HOME)” (2:27) 
[Tree BMI — Miller, Terry] On this 
end the songstress delivers another 
top-drawer hillbilly lament with 
enough good stuff in it to cause a stir. 


ROY ACUFF (Hickory 1178) 

(B-h) “THE OLD AGE PENSION 
CHECK” (2:36) [Acuff-Rose 
BMI — Acuff] Vet country chanter Roy 
Acuff teams up with the Smokey 
Mountain Boys for this lively, novelty- 
styled opus all about an old age pen- 
sion check. The artist’s high spirits 
and authority-filled rendition give 
the side a good chance of maWng 
some noise. 

(B) “WABASH CANNONBALL” 
(2:35) [Peer BMI — Carter] 
This time out the songster dishes a 
real fancy, guitar -backed reading of 
the famous oldie. Watch it. 


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Cash Box — July 28, 1962 



CosmJlcm 


COUNTRY 
TOP 50 



Pos. Lost 


Pos. 

Last 


Week 


Week 

1 

WOLVERTON MOUNTAIN 

1 

26 

WE'RE GONNA GO FISHIN' 

26 

1 

Claude King (Columbia 42352) 


Hank Locklin (RCA Victor 8034) 


9 

ADIOS AMIGO 

2 

27 

SALLY WAS A GOOD 


4 

Jim ReoYOM (RCA Victor »019) 


OLD GIRL 

Hank Cochran (Liberty 55461) 

33 


3 

TROUBLE'S BACK IN TOWN 
Wllbura Bro$. (Decca 313(3) 

3 

28 

SLOW POISON 

Johnny & Jack (Decca 31397) 

30 

4 

THE COMEBACK 
faron Young (Capitol 4754) 

5 

29 

OF ALL THE THINGS 

Jimmy Newman (Decca 31374) 

27 

5 

CRAZY WILD DESIRE 

Webb Pierce (Decca 31380) 

4 

30 

I'D FIGHT THE WORLD 

32 




Johnny & Janie Mosby (Columbia 42449) 

6 

SUCCESS 

Loretta Lynn (Decca 31384) 

6 

31 

SOMEBODY SAVE ME 

Ferlin Husky (Capitol 4721) 

25 

7 

IN THE JAILHOUSE NOW 
Johnny Cash (Columbia 42425) 

7 

32 

SO WRONG 

Patsy Cline (Decca 31406) 

44 

8 

A LITTLE HEARTACHE 

Eddy Arnold (RCA Victor 8048) 

11 

33 

LOVERSVILLE 

Wynn Stewart (Challenge 9155) 

40 

9 

EVERYBODY BUT ME 

Ernest Ashworth (Hickory 1170) 

12 

34 

WALTZ OF THE ANGELS 
George Jones & Margie Singleton 

29 

10 

SHE THINKS 1 STILL CARE 

8 


(Mercury 71955) 


George Jones (United Artists 424) 


35 

DEVIL WOMAN 



11 

IT KEEP'S RIGHT ON 
A-HURTIN' 

9 

Marty Robbins (Columbia 42486) 



12 

Johnny Tlllotson (Cadence 1418) 


36 

TAKE ME BACK AGAIN 

Rose Maddox (Capitol 4771) 

45 

SAVE THE LAST DANCE 

FOR ME 

Buck Owens (Capitol 4765) 

13 

37 

STAND UP 

Ferlin Husky (Capitol 4779) 

— 



13 

14 

DIM DARK CORNER 

LeRoy Van Dyke (Mercury 71989) 

10 

38 

BACKWARD TURN 
BACKWARD 

Slim Whitman (Imperial 5859) 



WILL YOUR LAWYER TALK 
TO GOD 

KHty Wells (Decca 31392) 

16 

39 

WHEN 1 GET THROUGH 
WITH YOU 

Patsy Cline (Decca 31377) 

24 


IS 


ONE LOOK AT HEAVEN 
Stonewall Jackson (Columbia 42426] 

18 

40 

THAT'S MY MA 

Sheb Wooley (MGM 13079) 

— 


16 

1 CAN MEND YOUR 

BROKEN HEART 

Don Gibson (RCA Victor 8017) 

15 

41 

SOLD THE FARM 

Cowboy Copas (Starday 595) 

43 



17 

DARKNESS ON THE FACE 





OF THE EARTH 17 

Hawkshaw Hawkins (Columbia 42441) 

42 

YOU'RE STRONGER THAN 
ME 






Patsy Cline (Decca 31406) 


18 

COLD DARK WATERS 

Porter Wagoner (RCA Victor 8026) 

19 

43 

TOUCH ME 

Willie Nelson (Liberty 55439) 

42 

19 

STEEL MEN 

Jimmy Dean (Columbia 42483) 

20 

44 

'TIL DEATH DO US PART 

Bob Braum (Decca 31355) 

47 

20 

KING OF FOOLS 

Buck Owens (Capitol 4765) 

21 

45 

OPEN PIT MINE 

George Jones (United Artists 462) 

— 

21 

TAKE TIME 

Webb Pierce (Decca 31380) 

14 

46 

ON AND ON AND ON 

Bill Anderson (Decca 31404) 

37 

22 

THE BIG LETDOWN 

Kitty Wells (Decca 31392) 

23 

47 

SHOW HER LOTS OF GOLD 

Ernest Tubb (Decca 31399) 

— 

23 

MR. IN-BETWEEN 

Burl Ives (Decca 31405) 

28 

48 

BETWEEN THE WINDOW 
AND THE PHONE 

Wanda Jackson (Capitol 4785) 

— 

24 

WHERE THE OLD RED RIVER 




FLOWS 

Jimmy Darvis (Decca 31368) 

22 

49 

LEONA 36 

Stonewall Jackson (Columbia 42483) 

25 

MAMA SANG A SONG 

35 

50 

BLUEGRASS FIESTA 

49 

Bill Anderson (Decca 31404) 


Mac Wiseman (Capitol 4781) 





CashiloK 


COUNTRY 
ROUND UP 


More than 3,000 fans and listeners 
of KPIX-Colorado Springs jammed 
into the auditorium there recently for 
the 5th anniversary show of the sta- 
tion. On hand to help celebrate was a 
top-flight country package set by Bob 
Neal of the Wil-Helm Agency. The 
Wilburn Brothers, Loretta Lynn, Le- 
roy Van Dyke, Jim Reeves and the 
Blue Boys thrilled the crowd with 
their potent bags of country tunes. 


Nashville last week after a string of 
personal appearances to cut some 
more sides for Liberty. The chanter 
will have a new album out in the 
near future. 

Hank Snow had the pleasure of 
playing the big celebration in Neligh, 
Nebraska on July 4th. Sharing the 
bill with the Snow was Michael Lan- 
don who plays the part of “Little 





LEROY VAN DYKE 


HANK SNOW 


WEBB PIERCE 


. . . Neal also mentions that he has 
arranged a number of dates for the 
Johnny Cash Show July 20-22 in Flor- 
ida and July 25 through 29 in the mid- 
west. . . The agency is now represent- 
ing Jimmy Martin and crew from 
WWVA-Wheeling and has added War- 
ren Smith, Earl Scott and Charlie 
Phillips to the roster. 

Randy King, popular country artist 
out Denver way has just signed with 
Enterprise Records. Spinners who 
would like a copy of King’s first 
single, “Can You Be Sure” b/w “Fool 
The World,” can obtain same pronto 
by writing on their station letterhead 
to Miss Gladys Hart, 1263 S. Zenobia, 
Denver 19, Colorado. 

After playing several dates in Can- 
ada last month, Roy Drusky is headin’ 
south for Florida to help promote his 
Decca newie, “I’m Not Getting Over 
You” and “After You Turn Out Your 
Light.” 

Ben Landis is exiting his spinning 
post on KPET-Lamesa, Texas, to take 
over a similar niche on KCAD- 
Abilene, a brand new full-time coun- 
try outlet that is set to go on the air 
on August 6th. Naturally the station 
can use loads of country wax. 

Hank Snow and the Rainbow Ranch 
Boys just recently finished a tour of 
France, Germany and Italy where 
they played at a number of key bases. 
The chanter reports “sell out” audi- 
ences at every location and the finest 
crowds he has ever worked to. 

Dick Schuler, country promoter out 
of Meriden, Connecticut, infos words 
that his most recent show held at 
the Edmond Town Hall Gym in New- 
town, Conn, was a smash success. The 
package starred the Osborne Brothers 
and Jimmy Brown and featured Irv 
Williams and the Town & Country 
Boys band. Schuler reports that sup- 
port for the fans was strong enough 
to merit future shows in area real 
soon. 

Howard Yokes and his Country 
Boys, who appeared July 8th at New 
Evergreen Park in St. Johns, Penna., 
was asked back last week for a return 
engagement by popular request. 

Gabe Tucker, Dee Music veep, sends 
along word that Mrs. Audrey Wil- 
liams is spending a few days with 
him and his wife Sunshine in Houston 
before leaving for Kansas City where 
she joins her show. 

Jay Drennan has bought into 
KCEY-Turlock, California. The sta- 
tion runs country sounds twelve each 
days and is in dire need of both oldies 
and newies. 

Willie Nelson, who is currently pull- 
ing coin with “Touch Me,” returned to 


Joe” on the NBC TV’er “Bonanza.” 
The songster was happy to report 
that there was an estimated 19,000 
people attending the event. The local 
American Legion post sponsored the 
show. 

Ferlin Husky appeared last week 
at the Flame Theatre Cafe in Min- 
neapolis, Minnesota. This week Bob 
Wills is headlining the club. 

Bob Conners, who spins country 
records on WYRE-Pittsburgh, is very 
excited about the sensational support 
of his show. WYRE is the only outlet 
in steel town spinning country wax 
and Bob says that mail has been pour- 
ing into the studios in enthusiastic 
fashion. 

Webb Pierce has just recently re- 
turned from his vacation in Florida 
and is back on the road again. Last 
week the songster played a slew of 
key dates in New Jersey and Pennsyl- 
vania. 

Larry Moeller of the Jim Denny 
Artist Bureau reports that the agency 
has signed Lefty Frizell to an exclu- 
sive management pact. The chanter 
is selling his home on the west coast 
and moving to the Music City. 

Columbia’s Charlie Phillips, who in 
addition to his chanting duties spins 
country records over KZIP-Amarillo, 
did the honors last week as Mr. Dee- 
jay U.S.A. at WSM in Nashville. 
While in Tenn. Phillips did a live 
stint from the Grand Ole Opry. 

Stonewall Jackson is set to play the 
Famous Frontier Days in Cheyenne, 
Wyoming starting July 23rd through 
the 28th. This year the Frontier Days 
will be carried over ABC’s “Wide 
World Of Sports.” 

Sorry, but last week’s column in- 
correctly identified Paul Tannen as 
being associated with Platter instead 
of Palette Records. 



Cash Box— July 28, 1962 


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CdiA Box 


Editorial 


THE NEW CELLER BILL 

Same Old Tune 
With A New Approach 


The Celler Bill compares with a recurring rash 
which appears each year, succumbs to treatment 
and goes away, only to return the following year. 
This has been the case with anti-juke box exemption 
bills ever since the first one was proposed. Each 
year, however, the bill takes on a new twist and this 
year it appears as though Congressman Celler has 
amassed all of his energies into a second bill which 
almost assumes that 1962 will be the year in which 
he will win. Heretofore, the juke box industry in the 
persons of the machine manufacturers and the 
Music Operators of America, have defeated the pro- 
posed legislation before House Subcommittee on 
Patents, Trademarks and Copyrights. It is Celler’s 
opinion that the industry can’t win forever. 

The bill (HR 12450) includes much of what is 
in the original HR 70 Celler proposal which basic- 
ally calls for removal of the juke box royalty exemp- 
tion and is still alive, but also features an elaborate 
plan whereby an Office of Performing Rights with 
a Board of Trustees would be set up, complete with 
a staff of employees and comprised of a three man 
trust representing the juke box industry, the copy- 
right societies and the attorney general’s office. It 
also calls for expenses to be paid out of royalties 
which would be collected (should the legislation 
pass) and adds that Government agencies are to per- 
form certain chores which will enable the new Office 
to carry out the job of collecting and distributing 
these monies. The Bill also outlines a proposed 
royalty fee ranging from $5 to $25 per machine 
per year for the first four years. One would assume 
from reading the Bill that thereafter the industry 
would be fair game with the sky as the limit. 

Rules and suggestions are set down in the Bill 
whereby disgruntled or “aggrieved” operators may 
carry their case to Washington and be heard at the 
discretion of the Board. Trustees would decide who 
gets the money and how much of it. Distribution to 
societies would be made each year. The members of 
the Board would be rotated each year. All of this 
based on the assumption that money would be avail- 
able to foot the costs, as collected from the juke box 
operators in the form of royalties. 

And therein lies the crux of the situation. Much 
like the door-to-door salesman, housewives are not 
asked whether or not they need a vacuum cleaner but 
rather which model they prefer, assuming that the 
sale is made. It is the duty of every juke box opera- 
tor in the country to remain informed of this pro- 
posed legislation and to understand it in all of its 
meaning. 


Omaha Ops Take 
‘Princess’ To Game 
Aboard Party Train 

OMAHA — Hymie and Eddie Zorin- 
sky, H. Z. Vending & Sales Company, 
of this city, happily reported last 
week that a Rock-Ola “Princess” 
coin-operated automatic phonograph 
supplied by them Saturday, July 14, 
on a special baseball train to Kansas 
City, Missouri came through “with 
flying colors.” 

The “Princess” phonograph was in- 
stalled in the club car on the Burling- 
ton Road’s train to K.C., and received 
considerable play, according to Hymie 
Zorinsky, during the journey by mem- 
bers of the baseball party. 

“Officials of the Burlington Road 
were amazed at the way the ‘Princess’ 
performed during the rail trip,” 
Hymie Zorinsky stated. “Despite the 
rocking motion and vibrations ex- 
perienced the phonograph played as 
smoothly as though it were in a sta- 
tionary location.” 

Both Hymie and Eddie Zorinsky 
accompanied the baseball party to the 
stadium in Kansas City, Missouri; and 
were, at first, fearful that the motion 
would prevent good performance by 
the phono. (We still don’t know who 
won the baseball game). 


Gal Takes Juke Over TV 

NORTH TARRYTOWN, N.Y.~Op- 
erator Seymour Poliak tells the story 
about a woman here last week who 
threw a beer bottle through a TV 
screen in his location. “I thought it 
was awful when I heard about it, until 
I learned that she just wanted to hear 
my juke box!” 

One More Runyon School 

Seglin Does It Again! 

NEWARK, N.J. -- Rowe-AMI’s Art 
Seglin, factory service engineer, con- 
tinued to dazzle local operators during 
a service school session held here last 
Tuesday, July 17, at the Runyon 
Sales Company showrooms. It was the 
second consecutive school held at 
Runyon’s to draw record operator at- 
tendance and surpass the midnight 
closing time. 

“The enthusiasm of the Jersey ops 
and their mechanics ran very high,” 
stated Myron Sugerman, Newark 
Sales Manager, “and its due entirely 
to Seglin’s approach to the problems 
at hand.” Sugerman said that Seglin 
delivered simple spoken instruction 
and explanation for even the most 
complex technical aspects of the new 
Rowe-AMI phonograph. “The results 
of the evening were more than grati- 
fying and it is a tribute to Seglin 
and his factory,” said Sugerman. 

Among the ops in attendance were: 
Humberto Avellanet, A1 Cappelletti, 
Howard Miller, Danny Cirminiello, 
Irving Innerman, Sam Matty, Michael 
Politika, Ed Frey, Harold Green, Jack 
Frenichel, Allen Zucker, Vic Amato, 
Don Scho, Steve Velebei, Gary Dell, 
Joe Rossi, William Melillo, William 
Bittle, Ed Silverstein, Joseph Zap- 
pulla, Michael Bivona, Anthony Ben- 
givenza, Jim Tindall, Richard Casper, 
Cleo Rosazza, Leo Guabello, Tony 
Cuccinello, John Bercose and Se 3 rmour 
Russof. 

Runyon representatives present 
for the session included Jack Lamm, 
John Gurkovich, Sam Klein, and Nate 
and Myron Sugerman. 

The final session on the Rowe-AMI 
phono will be conducted in Newark on 
July 24. It will be the last of five 
sessions for the month. 


Gross Names New 
Seeburg Production 
Execs, ‘Quality 
Assurance’ Div. Formed 

CHICAGO — Leonard Gross, Execu- 
tive Vice President, Operations, has 
announced the election of Andrew C. 
Kehoe as Vice President, Production, 
of The Seeburg Corporation, this city. 

In this capacity Kehoe will have 
complete responsibility for production 
in all Seeburg plants, both in music 
and in vending. He has been with 
Seeburg more than 25 years, the last 
several in charge of Assembly. 

Carl Carlman is now Assistant Vice 
President, Production, and also a See- 
burg veteran of many years in charge 
of Fabrication. He will work as a 
team with Andy Kehoe in running the 
factory. 

Marion Gregory, now Assistant 
Vice President, Quality, has developed 
a new department titled the Seeburg 
“Quality Assurance Organization” 
to further improve the character of 
Seeburg products. 

Joseph D. Barrett has been ap- 
pointed Manager of Distributor Serv- 
ices. He will assume the important 
responsibility of personal contact 
with all Seeburg distributor principals 
regarding orders and shipments, an 
ideal function for him because of his 
close association with Seeburg distri- 
butors over the years. He will also 
continue to function as head of 
Traffic. 

‘Peek-A-Rama’ Gains 
In Urban Sales; 

Peacb State Signed 

CHICAGO — Urban Industries execs 
met here last week to confer over 
production and sales plans for the 
firm’s ‘Kiddie Kolor Kartoon’ and 
‘Peek-A-Rama’ movie machines. 
Frank Urban, Bob Berman, Nat Bai- 
len, and Charlie Katz spent time at 
meetings deciding on the future mar- 
keting plans of the coin-operated 
equipment. 

Bailen stated that sales on the 
‘Peek-A-Rama’ machine has surpassed 
that of the ‘Kolor’ unit and therefore 
will require an accelerated production 
schedule in this area to meet demand. 
Bob Berman, who attended the meet- 
ing in the absence of his brother 
Bernard who is in Europe, was re- 
portedly highly pleased with sales to 
date. The machines were premiered 
in May at the MOA Convention after 
a two-year test on various Berman 
Brothers locations in the Kentucky 
territory. 

Katz, Sales Manager for the firm, 
reported that the Peach State Dis- 
tributing Company in Atlanta and 
Columbia, North Carolina, had agreed 
to distribute the Urban line there. 
Jim Faulk and Dickie Buford were 
representatives of the firm during the 
signing. 

The factory has signed close to one 
dozen of the industry’s top disrtibu- 
tors to handle the machines. Katz left 
Chicago for Milwaukee and Minne- 
apolis after the meeting. Bailen and 
Berman returned with Urban to 
Louisville where production plans 
were set to meet the demand. 

An upper NY State retail chain was 
reported to have okayed a multiple 
store installation last week on the 
‘Kiddie Kolor Kartoon’ machine. Serv- 
ice was to be handled hy local distri- 
butors and operators. 


Empire Offers 
‘Tick-Tock’ Giveaway 



GIL KITT 


CHICAGO — The excitement this week 
at Empire Coin Machine Exchange, 
in this city, according to Gil Kitt, 
owner of Empire Coin, centers around 
a new promotion, for area-wide opera- 
tors, Kitt advises that with every pur- 
chase of any brand, new Rock-Ola 
coin-operated “Princess” or “Em- 
press” automatic phonograph the pur- 
chaser will be rewarded with a beauti- 
ful “Omega” 14 carat, solid gold 
wrist watch. “A watch that will take 
your breath away.” 

Joe Robbins, general sales man- 
ager of Empire Coin Machine Ex- 
change, refers to it as a “fantastic 
program.” He further states that 
there is already much immediate in- 



MORT SECORE 


CHICAGO — The accent was on new- 
ness this week at Chicago Dynamic 
Industries, Inc. as the plant returned 
from vacation and wheeled into pro- 
duction on the firm’s new gun, 
“World’s Fair Rifle Gallery” (See 
separate story page 65). 

Mort Secore, Sales Manager for the 


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SEEBURG SETS 
EUROPE PARTS DIV. 

Shoot For Oyerniie Delivery 

CHICAGO— T. H. Burrows, National 
Parts and Accessories Sales Manager, 
has recently returned from a six-week 
trip to Europe where he has set up a 
complete parts distribution operation. 

As an adjunct to Seeburg’s in- 
creased activity in the European ex- 
port market the company has felt the 
need for more immediate availability 
of parts to all continental countries. 

Burrows spent the greater part of 
his stay in setting up a comprehensive 
parts center in Antwerp, Belgium, as 
well as planning an extension of See- 
burg’s parts merchandising program 
to include all European and Great 
Britain markets. 

A comprehensive parts inventory of 
all regularly required phonograph, 
vending and background music parts 
has been set up with facilities and 
versatility equal to the home office 
division. 

The goal, soon to be achieved, is to 
make possible overnight delivery to 
all Seeburg offices in Europe. 


terest among music operators 
throughout this area. 

“We wish to make it clear that 
most everyone would be thrilled to 
own an ‘Omega’ solid gold wrist 
watch,” Robbins said. “Therefore, we 
urge everyone, among our operator 
friends, to start making plans to earn 
an ‘Omega’ wrist watch for every 
member of the family!” 



HERB BIDENKAP 


amusement machine manufacturing 
plant, announced the release of the 
new gun to the factory’s nationwide 
distributor network in time to capital- 
ize on the peak summer business at 
locations and funspots. 

Sam Wolberg and Sam Gensburg, 
ChiCoin heads, prepared for the ex- 
pected increased business on the gun, 
before closing the plant for vacation, 
with the appointment of Herb Biden- 
kap to the sales staff. (CB July 14). 

Bidenkap brings to the firm a 
knowledge of the business gained 
from his experience at the distribut- 
ing and operating levels, starting im- 
mediately after the close of WWII 
Bidenkap will serve directly under 
Secore in the factory’s sales depart- 
ment. 

The plant is currently on a full- 
time production schedule on the new 
gun, the “Gold Crown Bowler” and 
the “Starlite Bowler,” a new shuffle. 


A New Man, A New Game 

ChiCoin Accent Is On Newness 


Cash Box — July 28, 1962 


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1962-1963 


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Meeting Dates 


July 29-31 — National Candy Wholesalers Ass’n Convention 
(Annual) 

Place: Hotel Commodore, New York City 
30- — Central State Music Guild (Monthly) 

Place: 805 Main St., Peoria, 111. 

Aug. 1— Amusement Machine Operators Assoc, of Penn. 

Place: Penn-Harris Hotel, Harrisburg, Pa. 

3 — California Music Merchants’ Assoc. (Monthly) 

Place: U. S. Grant Hotel, San Diego, Calif. 

4-5 — South Dakota Music & Vending Assoc. 

Place: Sawnee Hotel, Brookings, S.D. 

6 — California Music Merchants’ Association (Monthly) 
Place: 311 Broadway, Oakland, Calif. 

6— Phonograph Merchants’ Association, Cleveland, Ohio 
(Monthly) 

Place: HoUenden Hotel, Cleveland, Ohio (General) 

6 — Eastern Ohio Phonograph Operators’ Association 

(Monthly) 

Place: 4104 Rush Blvd., Youngstown 12, Ohio 
(General) 

7— Harbor Music Operators’ Association (Monthly) 
Place: Cook’s Bullpen, Paramount, Calif. 

8 — California Music Merchants’ Association (Monthly) 
Place : Bakersfield Inn, Highway 99, Bakersfield, Calif. 

8 — ^Western Massachusetts Music Guild (Monthly) 

Place: Chalet Restaurant, West Springfield, Mass. 

8 — Music Operators’ Society of St. Joseph Valley 

(Monthly) 

Place : Carl Zimmer’s OflSice, 130 N. Ironwood Dr., 
Mishawaka, Ind. 

9 — Berks County Amusement Machine Operators’ 

Association (Monthly) 

Place: Arndt Restaurant, Reading, Pa. 

13 — Milwaukee Coin Machine Operators’ Association 

(Monthly) 

Place; Ambassador Hotel, Milwaukee, Wise. 

14 — Coin Machine Operators Assoc. 

Place; Knights of Columbus Hall, Houston, Tex. 

14 — California Music Merchants’ Association (Monthly) 
Place: Fresno Hotel, Fresno, Calif. 

15 — -Eastern Pennsylvania Amusement Machine Ass’n. 

(Monthly) 

Place: General De Kalb Inn, 2519 De Kalb Street, 
Norristown, Pa. 

20 — Automatic Equipment and Coin-Machine Owners’ 
Ass’n. Inc., Indiana (Monthly) 

Place: Room 24, 550 Broadway, Gary, Ind. 

20-^ — ^Associated Music Operators of Rochester (Monthly) 
Place; Sheraton Hotel, Rochester, N.Y. 

27-30 — Western National Restaurant Show 

Place ; Civic Auditorium & Brooks Hall, San 
Francisco, Calif. 

Sept. 8-16 — ^International Food Congress & Exhibition Int’l Food 
Dist. 

Place: New York Coliseum, New York City. 

13- 15 — ^Michigan Tobacco & Candy Dist. Vendors Ass’n 

Convention (Annual) 

Place: Statler-Hilton Hotel, Detroit, Mich. 

18-19 — ^National Automatic Laundry & Cleaning Council 
Convention (Annual) 

14- 16— Iowa Ass’n of Tobacco Dist. Convention (Annual) 

Place: Hotel Savery, Des Moines, la. 

20-22— Wisconsin Food & Tobacco Institute Convention 
(Annual) 

Place; Hotel Schroeder, Milwaukee, Wise. 

20-22 — Texas Merchandise Vending Ass’n. Inc. With Texas 
& Oklahoma Ass’ns of Tobacco Dist. (Annual) 
Place: Hotel Adolphus, Dallas, Tex. 

20- 23 — ^New York State Ass’n of Tobacco Dist. (Annual) 

Place: Laurels Hotel, Monitcello, N.Y. 

21- 22 — Minnesota Candy & Tobacco Dist. Ass’n Inc. (Annual) 

Place: Hotel Leamington, Minneapolis, Minn. 



Bally s Jack 0 Donnell Dies 


CHICAGO — John Robert (Jack) 
O’Donnell, age 39, who was formerly 
Parts Production Control Manager 
for Bally Manufacturing Company, of 
this city, died last Wednesday, July 
18, after a lengthy illness in a Wil- 
mette hospital. 

O’Donnell was a brother of Bill 
O’Donnell popular general sales man- 
ager at Bally Manufacturing. Some 
time ago he was admitted to the Mayo 
Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota for 
treatment for his ailment. He passed 
away some time after his return. 

Funeral arrangements were made at 
the William H. Scott Funeral Home 


in Suburban Wilmette, Illinois. 
Requiem Mass was offered for Mr. 
O’Donnell at St. Francis Xavier 
Catholic Church in Wilmette, at 10 
a.m., Friday, July 20. Interment was 
at All Saints Cemetery. 

Other survivors include the widow 
Joanne Sodini O’Donnell; also two 
daughters, Patricia and Jane; two 
sons, John R. O’Donnell, Jr., and 
Timothy. He was the brother of Mrs. 
Helen Olewin, Mrs. Catherine Drew, 
Frank and Robert O’Donnell. The late 
parents were William T. and Frances 
O’Donnell. 


Sun-Glo Shuffle 
Supply Sales 
Up Record 20% 

Pres. Decepoli Attributes 
Gains To Broader Markets 

BELLEVILLE, N.J.-— Carmine De- 
cepoli, President of Sun-Glo Shuffle- 
board Supplies Inc., major supplier of 
shuffleboard wax, powder and service 
supplies to the trade, advised Cash 
Box last week that the firm’s sales 
volume during 1961 topped the rec- 
ord year in 1960 by ”at least 20%.” 
He predicted that 1962 will be the big- 
gest year in the history of Sun-Glo. 

Decepoli cited the main reason for 
the success — the product itself. “We 
have managed to top competition in 
many of our competitive areas, and of 
course, the increase in shuffle alley 
and bowler business in Canada has 
been remarkable,” continued the Jer- 
sey supplier. 

Foreign sales, long a goal of Sun- 
Glo does a large volume of business 
today through military exchanges 
and direct to coin machine distribu- 
tors. 

Sun-Glo markets four kinds of 
powder, each one patented; six models 
of weights, an increase from the three 
types carried up until last year; four 
all-plastic weights; a manually op- 
erated scoreboard which is a staple 
in many locations; paste wax, clean- 
ers and adjusters of all kinds. The 
firm is readying a new plastic weight 
for the trade and will announce the 
details in about two weeks. 


Midwest Distribs Take 
A Shine To Xinch' 

MINNEAPOLIS — Frank LeBlanc, 
Sales Manager of Redd Distributing’s 
vending division, advised from this 
area last week that the initial sales 
program for ‘Cinch’, an instant shoe 
shine package sold through cigarette 
vending machines, has been widely 
accepted by distributors in this sec- 
tion. LeBlanc is traveling to appoint 
distributors in areas where cigarette 
machine operators are receptive to 
the new product idea. 

Last week Northwest Distributing 
Company ordered 25 cases of the 
item, Sutherland Distributing in 
Kansas City, ordered 50 cases and 
several other appointments based on 
sales were reported. LeBlanc also ad- 
vised that the firm has perfected a 
small vending machine complete with 
coin-plunger which now permits the 
sale of individual ‘Cinch’ packets for 
10^ each. The packets sell for one 
nickel each, in case lots. They are 
packed three-to-a-package. 

LeBlanc will call on wholesalers in 
the Denver, Salt Lake City, Seattle, 
and Canadian territories before re- 
turning to New England. 


Nail-Tone Name 
Munves-Mencuri 

NEW YORK — Joe Munves and Frank 
Mencuri, A.V.I., manufacturers and 
arcade equipment, advised last week 
that the firm has been appointed to 
distribute the Nail-Tone, Inc. “Hole- 
In-One” golf putting machine. The 
territory has been set for Metro New 
York, New Jersey and Eastern Penn- 
sylvania. AVI manufactures the 
‘Kissin Kupids’ machine and distrib- 
utes the “Mr. Quik Draw” arcade ma- 
chine. 





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INSTANT SHOE SHINE 


Vick Chemical Starfs Vending Mktg. Division 


NEW YORK — Vick Chemical Com- 
pany Division of Richardson-Merrell 
Inc. announced the establishment of 
a vending marketing section this 
week. The section has been set up 
in recognition of the expanding role 
of automatic merchandising today, 
and in anticipation of the even greater 
growth of the industry in the late 
sixties and seventies. 

As part of its program, Vick in- 
tends to cooperate closely with vend- 
ing operators and/or manufacturers 


in making possible the availability of 
many of its products. Among the ac- 
tivities of the new department will 
be the designing and preparation of 
new put-ups suitable for vending, co- 
ordination of vending programs with 
operators, and the development of 
new types of equipment. Its program 
for the immediate future will be the 
testing of various approaches for ma- 
chine vending of its drug products. 
The company does not intend to op- 
erate vending equipment itself. 


PROFESSOR Hi Shankweiler instructs vending operators at Badger service school on Seeburg equipment. 

Badger Hosts Service School On Seeburg Venders 


LOS ANGELES — A large turnout of 
operators and mechanics attended the 
vending service school held in the 
Chariot Room of the Olympian Motor 
Hotel recently. 


At the main Post Office in Newark, 
N. J., Postmaster Louis A. Reilly 
(above right) tries out a new dollar 
bill changer under the guidance of 
Robert Marks, of Automatic Canteen 
Company of America, manufacturer 
of the device. The currency changer 
accepts good U. S. dollar bills and re- 
turns change in coins, but rejects for- 
eign or counterfeit money, or any 
U. S. denomination bill over $1. Unit 
is being tested by the U. S. Post Of- 
fice. 

Canteen Kitchen Visitor 


The school, conducted by Seeburg 
Field Engineer, Hi Shankweiler, 
P.P.M. (Professor of Preventative 
Maintenance) pointed out the in- 
creased profits that can be realized 
as a result of properly maintaining 
equipment. Such additional profits 
come from a reduction of service calls, 
as well as the increased sales that 
are a result of having clean, attrac- 
tive, well operating vending machines. 

The ease of servicing and maintain- 
ing Seeburg equipment was demon- 
strated on an Ice-O-Vend cold drink 
machine and a Bally Coffee machine. 
It was pointed out that the manual 
packed with each machine, contains 
complete servicing recommendations. 
During the discussion period at the 
end of the school session, operators 
and mechanics received answers to 
their questions on all phases of the 
machines operation. 

Rocky Nesselroad, Service Manager 
for Badger Sales Company, Seeburg 
Distributors for Los Angeles, reported 
that during the refreshment break, 
many operators expressed their ap- 
preciation of the continuing program 
of Seeburg Service Schools. 

Operators and mechanics in at- 
tendance were: Arrowhead Vending, 
Sty. Metz, Leo Combs, and Dave Dun- 
can; Goodwin Vending, Walt Good- 
win and Tony Fleisher; Forst Vend- 
ing, Abner Forst, Myron Forst, and 
Cliff Howti; A. R. A., George John- 
ston, Joe Heilario and J. F. Casey; 
Brock Vending, Claude Brock and Nat 
Sanders; Best Vending, Dave Molli- 
weda and Eugene Estrada, R. A. 
Hoffman, Bob Rovine, Bill Mosely and 
Bob Fulton; Temple Vending, Nick 
Lazor, Gordon Sweet, Sherry Arps, 
Rocky Nesselroad, Walter Ackor, 
Tony Amelco, Ed. Squillanti, and 
Tommy DeForanco. 


New 

Products 


Roanoke, Santone and Banner Will 
Distribute Rowe Vending Macbines 

CHICAGO — Jack Harper, executive 
vice president and director of sales 
for Rowe-AC Services, Incorporated, 
this city, announced the appointment 
of three distributors, who have been 
handling the Rowe-AMI phonograph 
line, as distributors of Rowe-AC’s full 
line vending equipment in approxi- 
mately the same territory they han- 
dled the coin-operated phonograph 
line. 

In other words. Harper stated, 

Rowe’s full line vending is added to 
these three territories, where the 
phono line has been so well received 
over the years. 

Roanoke Vending Company, a 
veteran AMI phonograph distributor 
for several years was named to han- 
dle Rowe-AC Services vending ma- 
chines distribution in parts of West 
Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina 
and the eastern part of Tennessee. 

The main offices and showi-ooms in 
Richmond, Virginia are headed by the 
firm’s president. Jack Bess, and Harry 
Mosely. The branch in Bristol, Vir- 
ginia is headed by E. M. Hudson. The 
Charleston, West Virginia branch of- 
fices and showrooms are managed by 
Hobart Booth. 

Louis Jamail’s Santone Sales Com- 
pany, in San Antonio, Texas was ap- 
pointed by Harper to add the full line 
of vending equipment throughout the 
southern part of Texas. Jamail’s as- 
sociate at Santone is Malcolm Gildart. 

Banner Specialty Company, in 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, will cover 
the western part of Pennsylvania, in 
approximately the same territory 
Banner covered with the AMI phono- 
graph alone, with the Rowe vending 
line. Banner’s heads include Albert 
(Al) Rodstein and Herbert Rosenthal. 


W. M. (JACK) HARPER 
AC Vice-President 


Newark, NJ. 
Posf Office 
Installs A 
Dollar-Bill 
Changer 


WRITE: 

REDD DISTRIBUTING CO., INC. 


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ALL ABOUT "CINCH": 

CINCH is mamtfactureil by K. J. Quinn & Co., 
makers of Quintone “Scufiy” and “Boot Polish,” 
suppliers of shoe finishes since 1880. Quinn spe- 
cialists have designed this product to shine ^1- 
color shoes, two-tone or otherwise. It is the 
answer to a quick-gloss shine for men, women, 


LIST PRICES: 

to 10 cases of 300 packages @ $48 per case 

to 25 cases of 300 packages @ $47 per case 

to 50 cases of 300 packages @ $45 per case 

Each package contains 3 individual packets) 


and children. K. J. Quinn Co. is referred by 
Tanner’s Council of America and New England 
Shoe and Leather Assoc. Dun & Bradstreet rates 
the firm at $1 million plus. The company has 
appointed Redd Dist. Co. of Boston as National 
Distributors for CINCH. 


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CINCH Instant Shoe Shine is packaged three-to-a-pack, the 
size of a king-size cigarette package, which fits neatly 
into any one of your columns. However, CINCH calls for 
but 1/3 of your cigarette cost investment, but returns you 
TRIPLE profits! Already making a success for itself across 
the country, CINCH has been ordered in 1 million quantities 
or more, by Howard Johnson Restaurants, Hilton Hotels Inc., 
and other leading service companies. This completely new 
way to shine shoes is sweeping the country and now, through 
Redd Distributing Company, is available through coin-op- 
erated machines. If you operate cigarette machines, place 
a trial order today with your local distributor or write us 
for nearest outlet. 


DISTRIBUTOR TERRITORIES AVAILABLE! 


Miss Winifred McCullough (cen- 
ter), Senior Catering Adviser to the 
Industrial Welfare Society of Great 
Britain, visits the Chicago test kitchen 
of the Food Service Division of Auto- 
matic Canteen Company of America, 
during a recent tour of the United 
States. 

Here, Jean Wendorf, Automatic 
Canteen home economist, shows Miss 
McCullough examples of various in- 
dividual plastic containers used for 
vending, as Todd Ebbers, Food Serv- 
ice Division president, looks on. Later, 
Miss McCullough visited Automatic 
Canteen’s Chicago commissary, de- 
signed and built to serve as both a 
production facility and research lab- 
oratory for menu development and 
studying food packaging and merchan- 
dising problems. 


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CINCH Instant Shoe Shine has been 
developed by the K. J. Quinn Co. of 
Massachusetts, mfrs. of boot polish 
since 1880. The product is packaged 
three-to-a-packet and can be vended 
through cigarette machines. Operator 
costs start at 15^ per packet — vend 
for or 35^. Each individual pack- 
age shines one pair of shoes. Redd 
Distributing Company in Boston is 
National Distribhution Agent. Firm 
also has a small vender which vends 
packs individually at 10^ each. 


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New Celler Anti-Jukebox Bill Is Introduced 


87TH CONGRESS 
2D SESSION 


Calls For Royalties 
Of $5 To $25 Per 
Machine, Annually 

CHICAGO — Congressman Emanuel 
Celler (D., N.Y.) has introduced a 
new Bill to Congress (HR 12450) 
which, if passed, will provide for the 
payment of royalties by jukebox op- 
erators to the owners of performance 
rights in copyrighted music, and for 
the fair and orderly determination of 
the amount and distribution of such 
royalties. It was introduced July 11. 

The anti-juke box exemption bill 
was scheduled for hearings before the 
House Judiciary Subcommittee On 
Patents, Trademarks and Copyrights 
on July 25 but at press time it was 
believed that the hearing was to have 
been postponed until after Labor Day. 
The new bill includes the features of 
an earlier anti-juke box exemption 
bill (HR 70) but also features the 
proposal for the establishment, by the 
Attorney General, of an Office of Per- 
forming Rights Trustees to determine 
the amount of royalties arising from 
licensing of performances and the 
manner in which these royalties vdll 
be distributed. It provides for a 
royalty to be paid by juke box opera- 
tors of $5 per machine per annum for 
the first collection year, and ranges 
for operator payments up to $25 per 
machine per year for a period of four 
years thereafter. At the close of the 
five year period the Trustees are to 
determine the amount to be paid by 
juke box operators for each succeed- 
ing five year period. 

The Bill calls for a three-man 
Board of Trustees, to be appointed by 
the Attorney General, to serve terms 
for periods of five years, another for 
three years, and the third appointee 
to serve for one year. After the ex- 
piration of each term trustees would 
serve for five year terms. 

Employees serving the Office of 
Performing Rights Trustees are to be 
paid out of royalties collected from 
the operators. An annual report to the 
Attorney General by the Trustees 
may carry with it changes in the 
rules and regulations initially set 
down by the Bill. The Bill calls for a 
survey to be conducted by a Govern- 
nient agency to determine the royal- 
ties to be paid the copyright owners 
and will include studies of royalty 
payments made in other industries. 

According to the Bill, operators who 
consider themselves aggrieved by the 
determination of the Trustees may, 
within 60 days, institute action in the 
US District Court for the District of 
Columbia for review. In such action 
the determination of the Trustees 
shall be sustained unless the court 
finds that it was “arbitrary, capri- 
cious, or unsupported by substantial 
evidence.” The court will have juris- 
diction to entertain such action irre- 
spective of the citizenship of the 
parties. 

The Bill calls for a distribution of 
the royalties, after a deduction for ex- 
penses of the newly formed Office, “on 
a pro rata basis.” 

The music machine manufacturers, 
Rowe AC Services, Rock-Ola Manu- 
facturing Corporation, The Seeburg 
Corporation and The Wurlitzer Com- 
pany, were reported to be “opposed in 
principle” to the new Celler Bill and 
requested a continuance. The post- 
ponement was expected to have been 
granted. Officials of the Music Opera- 
tors of America, Inc. also requested a 
postponement of the hearing until 
after Labor Day. 

The Bill is reproduced in its en- 
tirety on this page. 

Members of the House Judiciary 
Subcommittee On Patents, 
Trademarks and Copyrights 
Chairman: Rep. Edwin E. Willis 
(D. La.) Members are Representa- 
tives H. Toll (D. Penna.) ; J. C. 
Loser (D. Tenn.); J. Brooks (D. 
Texas); Wm. Tuck (D. Va.); Roland 
Libonati (D. III.) Robt. Kastenmeier 
(D. Wise.); Chas. Mathias, Jr. (R. 
Md.) ; Wm. Cramer (R. Fla.); John 
Lindsay (R. NY) and James Battin 
(R. Mont.) 


H. R. 12450 

IN THE HOUSE OF 
REPRESENTATIVES 

July 11, 1962 

Mr. Celler introduced the following 
bill; which was referred to the Com- 
mittee on the Judiciary 


A BILL 

To provide for the payment of royal- 
ties by jukebox operators to the own- 
ers of performance rights in_ copy- 
righted music and for the fair and 
orderly determination of the amount 
and distribution of such royalties, and 
for other purposes. 

Be it -enacted by the Senate and 
House of Representatives of the 
United States of America in Congress 
assembled, That section 1 of title 17, 
United States Code is amended by de- 
leting the third paragraph of subsec- 
tion (e) thereof and inserting in lieu 
there of the following new subsections 
(f) and (g) : 

“ (f ) The reproduction or rendition 
of a copyrighted musical composition 
publicly by or upon a coin-operated 
machine shall be deemed to be a pub- 
lic performance for profit and the op- 
erator of any such machine shall be 
liable for any infringement of any 
copyright on any such musical com- 
position occurring through the use of 
such machine: Provided, That pay- 
ment by the operator of a coin-oper- 
ated machine of the royalty provided 
for in subsection (g) of this section 
shall be a complete defense to a suit 
for infringement of the copyright on 
any musical composition reproduced 
or rendered by or upon such coin- 
operated machine. As used in this and 
the succeeding subsection, the term 
‘operator’ means any individual, part- 
nership, association, or corporation 
exercising ownership or primary con- 
trol over any such machine or having 
primary responsbility for the selec- 
tion of the place at which such ma- 
chine is operated, but does not include 
the proprietor of such place unless 
such proprietor owns or exercises pri- 
mary control over such machine or 
has exclusive control over its place- 
ment for operation. 

“(g) (1) There is hereby estab- 
lished the Office of Performing Rights 
Trustees, comprising Three Trustees 
to be appointed by the Attorney Gen- 
eral of the United States, to deter- 
mine the amount of royalties arising 
from the licensing of performances of 
musical compositions on coin-operated 
machines and to supervise the collec- 
tion and distribution of said royalties. 
The Attorney General shall designate 
one of the Trustees to serve as Chair- 
man. Of the Trustees originally ap- 
pointed, one shall be appointed for a 
period of five years, another for a pe- 
riod of three years, and the third for 
a period of one year. Trustees shall 
be eligible for reappointment. At the 
expiration of the terms of the Trus- 
tees originally appointed, their suc- 
cessors shall be appointed for terms 
of five years each, except that any in- 
dividual appointed to fill a vacancy 
shall be appointed only for the unex- 
pired term of the Trustee whom he 
shall succeed. 


“(2) The Trustees shall establish 
and maintain administrative offices 
and employ personnel necessary to ac- 
complish the purposes of subsections 
(f) and (g) of this section, provided 
that the total expenses of the Office 
of Performing Rights Trustees are to 
be defrayed out of the royalties paid 
to and received by the Trustees, as 
hereinafter provided. 

“(3) The Trustees shall have au- 
thority from time to time to make, 
amend, and rescind such rules and 
regulations as may be necessary for 
carrying out the provisions of sub- 
sections (f) and (g) of this section, 
and shall make an annual report to 
the Attorney General with regard to 
operations of the office. Such report 
shall also be printed as a public docu- 
ment by the Government Printing 
Office. 

“(4) The Trustees shall determine, 
after public notice and hearing, the 
amount of royalty that shall be pay- 
able to the Trustees by the operators 
of coin-operated machines, as defined 
in subsection (f) of this section, and 
the time and manner of such pay- 
ment: Provided, That for the first 
year following the effective date of 
subsections (f) and (g) of this sec- 
tion the amount of the royalty is fixed 
at $5 per annum per machine on lo- 
cation: And provided further. That 
for the period of the succeeding four 
years the amount of the royalty shall 
be not less than $5 and not more than 
$25 per annum per machine on loca- 
tion. At the close of the initial five- 
year period, the Trustees shall, after 
public notice and hearing, determine 
the amount of the royalty thereafter 
payable by operators for each suc- 
ceeding five-year period. Payment by 
an operator of one or more coin-op- 
erated machines to the Trustees of 
the royalty herein fixed or hereafter 
determined for any period by the 
Trustees shall satisfy in full the per- 
formance royalty rights for the ap- 
plicable period for all musical com- 
positions performed on said machine 
or machines in such period. 

“(5) The Trustees, for the purpose 
of arriving at an equitable determina- 
tion of the amount of royalty payable 
for periods subsequent to the first 
year following the effective date of 
subsections (f) and (g) of this sec- 
tion, shall consider performance 
rights fees in other industries in 
which recorded music is utilized, 
revenues of copyright owners from 
performance rights, payments by the 
public for performances of copy- 
righted works by means of coin-op- 
erated machines, the effect of a pro- 
posed fee upon the financial ability of 
operators, including operators who are 
also the proprietors of the places at 
which their machines are operated, 
government indices of changes in the 
value of the monetary unit, and other 
relevant factors. The determination 
of the Trustees as to the amount of 
royalty for any period and as to the 
time and manner of payment of the 
royalty shall be final, provided that 
any operator who considers himself 
aggrieved by reason of any such de- 
termination of the Trustees may, 
within sixty days after the date such 
determination is made public, institute 
an action in the United States District 
Court for the District of Columbia 
for review thereof, and in such action 
the determination of the Trustees 
shall be sustained unless the court 
finds that it was arbitrary, capricious, 
or unsupported by substantial evi- 


dence, or constituted, an abuse of dis- 
cretion. The court shall have jurisdic- 
tion to entertain such action irrespec- 
tive of the citizenship of the parties 
or the amount in controversy. 

“(6) The Trustees, for the purpose 
of enabling equitable distribution to 
copyright owners and performing 
rights organizations of the royalties 
paid to and received by the Trustees, 
shall cause to be conducted from time 
to time, in their discretion, a survey 
or surveys of performances of copy- 
righted musical compositions by or 
upon coin-operated machines. The 
Bureau of the Census and other 
Government agencies are authorized 
to cooperate with the Trustees, within 
their budgetary limitations, in the 
conduct of such survey or surveys. In 
making such survey or surveys, the 
Trustees shall employ generally ac- 
cepted sampling techniques and such 
available technical devices as they 
deem appropriate, in order to deter- 
mine the frequency with which copy- 
righted musical compositions are per- 
formed publicly by or upon the ma- 
chines. The Trustees shall publish 
their findings, based on such survey 
or surveys, as to the persons and or- 
ganizations entitled to share in the 
royalties paid to and received by the 
Trustees in any period and the pro 
rata share of each. Within sixty days 
after the publication of such findings 
any owner of a copyright or holder of 
the performing rights of a copy- 
righted musical composition who con- 
siders himself aggrieved by reason of 
the alleged inadequacy of the survey 
or surveys or of the distribution pro- 
posed to be made by the Trustees may 
institute an action in the United 
States District Court for the District 
of Columbia for review of the Trustees 
findings shall be sustained unless the 
court finds that they were arbitrary, 
capricious, or unsupported by sub- 
stantial evidence, or constituted an 
abuse of discretion. The court shall 
have jurisdiction to entertain such 
action irrespective of the citizenship 
of the parties or the amount in con- 
troversy. 

“(7) Not less frequently than an- 
nually, the Trustees, after deducting 
the expenses of the office, shall distri- 
bute the remainder of the royalties 
paid to and received by them to the 
persons and organizations found to be 
entitled thereto on a pro rata basis.” 

Sec. 2. The amendment made by 
this Act shall take effect three months 
after the enactment of this Act. 


87TH CONGRESS 
2D SESSION 

H. R. 12450 


A BILL 

To provide for the payment of royal- 
ties by juke-box operators to the own- 
ers of performance rights in copy- 
righted music and for the fair and 
orderly determination of the amount 
and distribution of such royalties, and 
for other purposes. 


By Mr. Celler 


July 11, 1962 

Referred to the Committee on the 
Judiciary 


Cash Box — July 28, 1962 


61 


Gottlieb Plant Opens, Following 
Vacation, With “Cover Giri” 2 Piyr. 


CHICAGO — As the wheels of produc- 
tion begin to turn this week at D. 
Gottlieb & Company, in this city, 
after a two-week plant shutdown for 
the annual vacation period, terminated 
last Monday, July 16, activity re- 
sumes with a new beautifully designed 
Gottlieb pinball game, called “Cover 
Girl.” 

Nate Gottlieb escorted the Cash 
Box reporter into the firm’s showroom 
(game room) during the last days of 
the brief plant shutdown to demon- 
strate the exciting features — and, to 
explain in detail the accomplishments 
in this newest Gottlieb pinball amuse- 
ment game being presented to the coin 
machine trade by D. Gottlieb & Com- 
pany. 

Before detailing “Cover Girl’s fea- 
tures Nate Gottlieb acclaimed the 
successful pre-testing policy the com- 
pany has followed for many years “to 
always be certain only the very best 
money making amusement equipment 
is made available by Gottlieb to the 
nation’s coin machine operators — and, 
also for the benefit of foreign mar- 
kets. 

“One of the most vital D. Gottlieb 
policies over the years has been — 
and continues to be — the strong con- 
centration on the pre-testing of future 
models of Gottlieb pingames in loca- 
tions selected at random,” he stated. 

“Actually, D. Gottlieb & Company’s 
leadership in the manufacture and 
marketing of pinball amusement 
games has endured over the years 
because of this painstaking effort in 
the development of new models, ex- 
cellence in manufacture; and, in the 
pre-test policy in all Gottlieb amuse- 
ment equipment.” 

At this point Gottlieb revealed a 
current rundown of collection reports 
in several random locations, on sev- 
eral pinball models, which are cur- 
rent, and also in the various stages 
of development. 

He pointed with pride and delight 
to the constant, exceedingly high col- 
lection figures in the reports from the 
Gottlieb distributors. 

Cover Girl, Gottlieb explained, de- 
notes radian beauty in appearance 
and personality. 

“Thus,” he added, “Gottlieb’s ‘Cov- 
er Girl’ pinball amusement game of- 


ROCK-OLA 1464 WITH STAND $325.00 

ROCK-OLA 1454 325.00 

ROCK-OLA 1455 295.00 

ROCK-OLA 1465 375.00 

ROCK-OLA 1468 425.00 


SPECIAL 

10 ROCK-OLA 1475 $425.00 


SEEBURG KD200 $325.00 

SEEBURG V200 CONVERTED 200.00 

UNITED ATLAS S/A 175.00 

UNITED CLIPPER S/A 89.50 

UNITED REGULATION S/A 135.00 

KEENEY POPCORN MACHINE 325.00 

BALLY BIG INNING 195.00 

GOTTLIEB AROUND THE WORLD . . . 225.00 

PRICES F.O.B. CLEVELAND, OHIO 


BALLY - ROCK-OLA - DISTRIBUTORS 

L ake city amuse, co. 

4533 PAYNE AVE., CLEVELAND, 
(Tel: HE 1-4100) 



NATE GOTTLIEB 


fers everything desirable in appear- 
ance, excellence of design, and 
attractive playing and scoring fea- 
tures.” 

He then spelled out in detail the 
various playing features in “Cover 
Girl.” Lighting the upper and lower 
row of “Cover Girls” on the color- 
fully illustrated playfield scores the 
exciting Gottlieb “Special” award. 

Lighting all of the “Cover Girls” 
lights the side holes for “1,” “2” or 
“3” ‘Specials.’ When the ‘Split’ tar- 
get is lit, the ‘Red’ half spots the 
‘Red’ rollovers, and lights the corres- 
ponding “Cover Girls.” The ‘White’ 
half likewise spots the ‘White’ roll- 
overs, and lights the corresponding 
“Cover Girls.” 

Rotating ‘light’ pop bumpers score 
10 points when lit. There is also an 
exciting Gottlieb ‘Match Feature,’ 
several action inducing cyclonic kick- 
ers, and two strategically placed (at 
the bottom of the playfield) super- 
powered flippers. 

The side rails around the playboard 
are trimmed in glistening stainless 
steel. The one-piece front cash box 
door and all the front accessories and 
sturdy legs are also of stainless steel. 
Finally, there is a tapered light box 
at the rear of “Cover Girl.” 

In conclusion, Gottlieb stated that 
now that the factory’s personnel have 
returned in force from their brief 
vacations, production will be heavy 
and shipments will be quickly rushed 
out to Gottlieb’s domestic and foreign 
distributors towards the latter part of 
this week. 


WANTED 

Used phonographs, especially Seeburg 
Models 222 and Q160. Quote best 
C.I.F. prices for quantities. 

R. J. Heath & Sons Ltd., 

Andrew's Arcade 
Queen Street 
Cardiff, Great Britain. 



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Tenth Avenue last week was like Tenth Avenue the week before with the 
exception that the equipment which was standing last week wasn’t around any 
more. It was as simple as that. Most ops called in orders while many servicemen 
hit the street for technical info that otherwise couldn’t have been attained. A 
few wholesalers offered cut-rate prices on used machines to clear out inventory 
and did some business in that area, too. New machines continued to be delivered 
as though it was mid-winter with a new gun, a new shuffle, a novelty machine 
and an arcade machine seeing daylight for the first time. Mike Munves went 
to the other extreme and displayed a Mutoscope “Old Mill” vending machine 
which was manufactured around 1900. The penny candy machine was cute as 
a button, cleaned, painted and working like new. Upon insertion of our penny 
a hand crank turned the windmill and a scoop of air was vended. Ordinarily 
we would have received a scoop of penny candy but what can you expect these 
days. 

Dick Greenberg, back at the Munves showroom after a week at Montauk 
wasn’t in the place five minutes when a well-known personality from the street 
spotted him and asked the inevitable question — “When are you leaving for 
vacation?” Greenberg gave him a one word answer — “December!” He even 
spoke the exclamation mark you see here (!) Mike never looked better and 
why not. The man has found the answer to the good life. Give a little, take a 
little and see that there’s a little left over — or some such philosophy. It must 
work. He’s the most relaxed man on Tenth Avenue. And that’s going some. 

Visitors to Mike’s place run up some healthy tabs on parts, supplies, et al 
and among the callers are trucks with names such as “Freedomland,” “Pali- 
sade Park” and some lesser known amusement parks but important to Mike 
in their own right. A regular visitor — Charlie Rubenstein who probably bought 
some equipment to keep that 42nd Street Times Sq. arcade in top condition 
for the thousands of visitors to the area each day. Charlie bought himself a 
new gun while traveling the Avenue and claimed that if he had his way every 
arcade op would replace his old equipment with brand new machines. (He’s 
talking like a distributor these days). One thing you can say about ol’ Charlie. 
He has a memory for the business. Even remembered the name of the conipany 
who originated the gimmick which is used on the new guns today, permitting 
the players to score a hit, but actually “hitting” via an electrical contact 
beneath the trigger of the gun itself. (Batteries were used then). Unfortu- 
nately, our memory isn’t as good as Ruby’s and so we went and forgot the 
name. Now how about that! 

About fifty operators attended a service school at Runyon’s in Newark last 
Tuesday and according to Myron Sugerman, AMI service rep Art Seglin had 
the boys entranced. Ask any operator who attended. This guy Seglin is capable 
of taking the most complex technical aspect of a machine and delivering it in 
simple terms, clarifying each and! every statement, allowing the ops and serv- 
icemen a clear-cut version of what’s what in a machine today. Myron told us 
the AMI rep is a real dazzler and considering that the ops stick around till 
after midnight, he must have something on the ball. 

Barney Sugerman and Abe Green took off for a few days in the country and 
piled Louis Wolberg into the car, making the hard-working keep-of the-books 
take some time off. Morris Rood’ is happy with the New York outlet’s service 
division’s progress now that Marty Rosen has given it his personal touch. Ops 
and mechanics are happy, too, and that’s what counts. Irv Kempner visited 
Tony Catonese up at his home in Suffern and told us that Tony looks great. 
Brother Lou, who helps run the Silver King operation, was on hand and the 
boys had a nice time. Kempy always on hand to spend time with a guy who’s 
had an illness or a little bad luck. Tony’s physique is not what it once was but 
Kempy tells us his spirits are as high as can be. (Probably because guys like 
Kempner remember to stop by. Why don’t you ? ) . 

Joe Munves and Frank Mencuri may become one of the largest wholesalers 
in the area if they keen this up. Now they’ve taken on the Nail-Tone “Hole-In- 
One” eolf game for distribution in the Metro New York-NJ-E. Penna. terri- 
tory. The game is manufactured in Florida and was shown at the MOA Con- 
vention last May. Frank is in the process of having it located at a Westchester 
Country Club for test and will institute a top-flight sales campaign as soon as 
the Munves-Mencuri team give it the go-ahead. Actually, the machine has 
reportedly done very well in this type location and should hold up in West- 
chester. Frank will be in the midwest on business this week while Joe Munves 
holds down the fort. 

Carmine Decepoli. an old friend from Belleville, N.J., owner of the highly 
successful Sun-Glo Shuffleboard Supply Corporation, telephones the news that 
his new plastic weights for shuffles and bowlers will be ready in two weeks. 
Sun-Glo’s sales volume broke all records during 1961 with a rousing 20% in- 
crease over the previous year. “Looks like 1962 will be bigger,” states Carmine 
who ships shuffleboard wax, scoreboards, powder and supplies all over the 
world. Reason for the increased business? Competition is giving way to Sin- 
Glo in certain areas and more and more shuffle alleys are in use than ever be- 
fore. Canada has taken more shuffles in the last twelve months than in the two 
years previous (almost). He ships powder, weights, wax and adjustors along 
with an array of necessities that keep those shuffles moving on location. 

Meyer Parkoff, Atlantic NY Corp. is delighted over the way his 33 record 
nacks are moving. The current ‘Artist of the Week’ disks are Jerry Vale’s “I 
Have But One Heart” and Gerald Wilson’s “You Better Believe It.” Murray 
(the K) adds that the Seeburg vending line sale is just unbelievable and what 
else would one expect with the Bally coffee machine, the cig machine and the 
crushed ice drink vender all selling up a storm. 

And in addition to all of these things, the new machines keep rolling as Irv 
Morris receives Gottlieb’s latest “Cover Girl” and isn’t that a clever Gottlieb 
ad in this issue. . . . Al Simon and Al D’Inzillo look over the new ChiCoin 
“World’s Fair Rifle” and remark that the ChiCoin gun is a staple item for the 
progressive operator. . . . Irv Holzman no sooner receives United’s “Silver” 
but when he turns around and ships ’em all out taking in quantities of used 
machines “and we don’t have trouble selling them either” states the Long 
Island yachtsman. . . . Lou Druckman’s son took the East Meadow scholarship 
and will start his law studies at Queens College in the fall. . . . Rock-Ola dis- 
tribs are starting a ‘Tick-Tock’ sales campaign. This time they’re giving away 
Omega gold wrist watches. . . . (Empire in Chicago claims the stunt is a dilly). 
. . . Arnold Silverman, our friend from Philly and now of the West (ioast 
scene remarks that Seeburg 33 packs have sold in the thousands and continue 
to stand out as big disk sellers with ops pointing to platters such as Ray 
Charles, Gloria Lynn, Pete Fountain, Judy Garland, Billy Vaughn and Dianh 
Washington, who have sold upwards of 3000 packs or 15,000 records (and man, 
that’s selling ’em). We believe you Arnold. The Seeburg west coast exec ought 
to know. He’s buying and selling with the coast distribs. . . . And did you 
know that Bob Slifer’s daughter was going to be married July 2ist in Downers 
Grove, Illinois. Sheila was a little girl when Bob worked on 10 Ave. 

Frank LeBlanc, Redd Distributing’s Vending Division chief, advises from 
Minneapolis that the new “Instant Shoe Shine” is going over very well with 
distributors. The product is vended through cigarette machines as reported 
in our July 21 issue. 




Chicago Chatter 


With all the activity in most all of the manufacturing and wholesaling firms 
it certainly begins to appear that a very fine Fall season is in the offing. 
Reports of acceptance of current amusement games and music equipment, 
and not to mention vending equipment, all over this country and in foreign 
markets, signifys continued good business and a more than favorable outlook 
for the near future. 


As to the near future, don’t forget to get your copy and news items into the 
Cash Box New York office early for the upcoming 20th Annual Anniversary 
and Directory issue! It’s a must! The general consensus of opinions among 
the coin machine manufacturers who briefly shuttered their plants tot 
tions this month are that this is unquestionably the best way to break the 
production and shipping schedules. Staggered vacation planning hampers the 
flow of games and phonos for a longer period of time (over the period includ- 
ing July, August and a big part of September). This creates an intolerable 
condition. The way it is being done is far more suitable all the way around, 
according to our sources of information. 


July 23 signals the shuttering of J. H. Keeney & Co. for two weeks. Mean- 
while, Paul Huebsch tells us production during the past week was at full steam 
to ship “Rainbow” in-line pinball amusement games rush to Keeney’s distribs. 
Best wishes to Clayton Nemeroff (J. H. Keeney & Co.) and his lovely Celia, 
whose daughter Margot was wedded to Richard Silver, a medical student, at 
the Blackstone Hotel, July 5. The blissful couple honeymooned in Jamaica. 


A personable personality seen at the twi-nite double header ball game at 
Comiskey Park t’other eve was genial Pat O’Malley, president and chief ex- 
ecutive officer of Automatic Canteen Company of America. Pat is looking as 
chipper and dapper as ever. (Oh, yes, the White Sox dropped two games to 
the lowly rated Washington Senators.) ... We join Bill O’Donnell’s multitude 
of friends in their sorrow over the untimely death of Bill’s kid brother, Jack 
O’Donnell, who passed away last Wednesday morning (July 18). Funeral ar- 
rangements were not yet planned at this writing. Jack was at one time as- 
sociated with Bill at Bally Manufacturing Co. 


Now that vacations are over at D. Gottlieb & Co., we’re told by Dave Gott- 
lieb, Nate Gottlieb, Alvin Gottlieb and Judd Weinberg that heavy production 
is keyed for maximum shipping schedules to Gottlieb’s domestic and foreign 
distributors on Gottlieb’s new “Cover Girl” pinball amusement game. 


No sooner did Sam Stern, president of Williams Electronic Mfg. Corp., re- 
turn from his vacation when he voiced elation over Williams’ new “Friendship 
7” pinball game, with the “Add-A-Ball” feature. Vice prexy Art Weinand 
advises that Williams distribs are equally elated over this exciting, new game. 
. . . News is being written this week at Chicago Dynamic Industries, where 
Sam Wolberg and Sam Gensburg are mincing no words in describing the ex- 
cellent results they’re already getting with Chicago Coin’s new “World’s Fair” 
rifle-target gallery, which is equipped with exciting, new features and “clown” 
and animal targets. Mort Secore and Herb Bidenkap are reaping oodles of 
sales orders from all over this country. 


Empire Coin’s owner Gil Kitt has a novel promotion, and the way sales 
chief Joe Robbins tells it it is catching on like wildfire. It’s called “Operation 
Tick Tock,” and for every Rock-Ola “Princess” phonograph the operator pur- 
chases he will receive one lady’s or man’s “Omega” (14 karat, solid gold) wrist 
watch. 


Visitors in our town last week were Charlie Katz, Frank Urban, Robert 
Berman and Nat Bailen, all of Urban Industries of Lexington, Kentucky. The 
busy quartet conferred for a few days in the Bismarck Hotel to mull over fan- 
tastic plans (which Charlie sez are more than just interesting) for the “Kiddie 
Kolor Kartoon” movie machine, and the Urban “Peek-A-Rama” unit. One thing 
is certain, according to Charlie, production of both machines will very shortly 
meet the great demand. 


Some of the execs at United Mfg. Co. are still vacationing and due back 
this Monday, July 23. Among the vacationers are Herb Oettinger, Bill De- 
Selm, LeRoy Kraehmer, Glenn Johnson and Bob Jonesi. On hand last week 
were such “noses-to-the-grindstone” as Ray Riehl and Art (Lazy?) Rapacz. 
. . . A terrif plaudit for Rock-Ola’s “Princess” phono comes to us from Hymie 
& ^die Zorinsky, H. Z. Vending & Sales Co., in Omaha, who relate that a 
“Princess” was in operation on the Burlington train to Kansas City (a special 
chartered car enroute to the K.C. baseball game). The phono played as tho 
there was no motion or vibration, according to Hymie & Eddie. 


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with experience in the phonograph in- 
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Limited, 77 Wigmore Street, London, 
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iWhile this 

group lasts 

|WURLIT2ER 

4 1250 $ 715.00 
1 1430 # J ea. 

2 1650AF 
A.M.I. 

6 D-40 

2 C-40 

1 E-80 

ROCKOLA 

1 1428 

2 1432 

4 1438 

A. M. 1. 

E-120 . . . 

$150 

F-120 . . . 

.... 175 

G-120 ... 

225 

G-200 . . . 

.... 175 

H-120 . . . 

350 

I-200E . . 

445 

J 200 ... 

575 

J 120 ... 

425 

K lOOE . 

495 

K 200 ... 

635 

Continental 

550 

1-120 . . . 

375 

ROCKOLA 

1425-200 

445 

1446-120 

150 

1448 

265 

1465 

310 


1455-200 

$265 

1475 

495 

1468-120 

445 

WURLITZER 


1800 

195 

1900 

275 

2000 

250 

2100 

275 

2150 

285 

2200 

425 

2104 

295 

2300S 

485 

2400S 

585 

24105 

550 

2500S 

725 

2510S 

725 

SEEBURG 


100 B 

125 

lOOC 

150 

lOOG-W 

275 

V-200 

175 

V 1-200 

210 

KO-200 

325 

100 R 

325 

200 

625 

222 

650 

201 

575 

161 

585 


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Now that Gottlieb’s new “Cover Girl” pinball amusement game is available 
for distribution Joe Schwartz and Mort Levinson are frantically busy keeping 
the game moving out to their operator customers. Mort adds that export busi- 
ness is also booming at National. 


Sales reports emanating from Edward G. Doris, executive vice prexy of Rock- 
Ola Mfg. Corp., are terrific with a happy, steady increase in the sale of 
“Princess” and “Empress” phonos everywhere. Ralph Wyckoff is busy as ever 
these days, along with such worthy Rock-Olaites as Les Rieck, Art Ehlert, 
Jack Barabash, and Art Janousek. Donald C. Rockola is elated over the out- 
look in phono sales for later this year and into 1963. 


The big smile on Joel Stem’s face is there because business is so great de- 
spite the so-called summer doldrums. All Seeburg music and vending machines 
are selling well, according to Howie Freer. Fred Skor is due back from his 
vacation Monday, July 23. . . . Never saw so many busy people as at Atlas 
Music Co. After just a few words with such “busy bees” as Nate Feinstein, 
Harold Schwartz and Irv Ovitz convinces us that sales of Rowe-AMI phono- 
graphs and Rowe vending machines are excellent. 


A swing over to First Coin Machine Exchange, and a look-see over Joe 
Kline’s shoulder, amply assured us that export biz is booming at First. Sam 
Kolber is keeping his fingers crossed in hopes that the good, used amusement 
and music equipment continues to be available to fill overseas orders for ship- 
ment. On the phone to lay his hands on equipment is Fred Kline. 


Bill Weikel and Ewald Fischer, Fischer Sales & Mfg. are delighted over the 
excellent reaction to the “8 Ball Pool” TV Tournament in Omaha, which is 
played on the 6-pocket pool tables furnished by Fischer. . . . There certainly 
is no slow period at Midway Mfg. these summer days. Ralph ShefiSeld tells us 
Midway’s “Target Gallery” is enjoying a field day. — every day sales-wise. 

Congrats to the following Seeburg veteran employees who were promoted 
to high management positions by exec, vice president of Operations Leonard 
Gross, Andy Kehoe, vice president of Production, Carl Carlman, assistant V.P. 
of Production, Marion Gregory, asst. V.P. Quality Control; and, Joseph D. 
Barrett, manager of Distributor Services and head of the TraflBc Dept. 

Jack Harper, Vice prexy in charge of sales for Rowe-AC Services, Inc., ap- 
pointed 3 dists, who handle the AMI phono line, to handle Rowe’s full line of 
vending machines. They are: Roanoke Vending, with offices in Bristol, Va., 
Richmond, Va., and Charleston, W. Va. (Principals are Jack Bess, Harry 
Mosely, Hobart Booth and E. M. Hudson); Santone Sales in San Antonio, 
Texas. Heads are Louis Jamail and Malcolm Gildart; also. Banner Specialities 
Co. in Pittsburgh, Pa. Principals are A1 Rodstein and Herbert Rosenthal. . . . 
Here’s a note to vacationers: “Spend your vacation in your own back yard, 
and your friends will know the kind of person you are: Sensible, imaginative, 
homeloving — and BROKE !” 





50 AHEND ANGOTT SERVICE SCHOOL 

Peteet and Ross Instruct On Wurlitzer Phono 


DETROIT- — What was probably the 
largest and most complete schooling 
for Wurlitzer operators and their 
servicemen has just been completed 
at the new Service Department at 
Angott Distributing Co., Inc., Detroit, 
Michigan. 

Forty-six operators and service- 
men, plus five personnel from the 
Angott service organization, attended 
the two day seminar. Instruction in 
techniques of electrical and mechani- 
cal component service was given by 
Hank Peteet and C. B. Ross, Wurlit- 
zer Field Service Engineers. 

For this unusually lengthy training 
period, the response was most gratify- 
ing, indicating the interest of service 
people in acquiring new knowledge 
and keeping their skills up-to-date. 
Carl Angott reported that there was 
an excellent reaction on the part of 
the men taking the course. 

Harold Christiansen, General Man- 
ager for Angott Distributing, ex- 
tended the hospitality of his organiza- 
tion to add a little pleasure to the 
otherwise serious work sessions. It 
has been proposed that another pro- 
gram of the same sort be instituted in 
the fall for those people whose busi- 
ness or vacation commitments made 
it impossible for them to attend. 

Those in attendance included:Dave 
Shoptaw, Wagner Music; Wayne 
Pressley, Kalamazoo Amusement; 
James Silman, Kalamazoo Amuse- 
ment; Bill Vankoughnet, Union Coin 
Machine Service; Dominic Mazzara, 
Union Coin Machine Service; Leo 
Morse, Union Coin Machine Service; 


David Fanale, Union Coin Machine 
Service; George Scheei-er Scheerer 
Music; Walter Anderson, Scheerer 
Music; Joseph Carta, Carta Music; 
Alfred Turner, Turner Music; Ken- 
neth Roe, Kenroe Amusement; Ros- 
coe Williams, Regal Vending; Clar- 
ence Wickwire, Regal Vending; Rob- 
ert Wiggins, Wiggins Music; Victor 
Muscat, Novi Vending; Frank Krumm, 
Novi Vending; Russ Shaffer, Shaffer 
Music; Jim Schupfer, Shaffer Music; 
John Styles, Styles Music; Clarence 
Henyard, Johnson Music; Will John- 
son, Johnson Music; James Menzie, 
Excell Music; Sid Weaver, Lapeer 
Music; Don Cochrane, Lapeer Music; 
Harold Naughtin, Devine Vending; 
Willard Pierce, Emmett & Willitts; 
William Van Gessel, Kent Coin Ma- 
chine; Ed Roodvoets, E & R Sales; 
Fred Zemke Zemke Operated Ma- 
chines; Tim Shank, Shank Bros. 
Music; Tom Wiggins, Shank Bros. 
Music; Conrad Sherman, Jackson 
Automatic Music; Wally Ukrainee, 
Wally’s Amusement; Fred Hunt, 
Hunt Brothers; Jerry Mandt, Hunt 
Brothers; Larry Steller, Minuteman 
Amusement; Santo Sicuso, Sicuso 
Vending; Joe Palino, Lowell Auto- 
matic Music; Ralph Perey, Perey En- 
terprises; Edward Bannen, Bannen 
Amusements; Raluh Cassell, Andres 
Dist. Co.; Marshall Gerling, Coin Ma- 
chine Seiwice; Dave Walker, Walker 
Music; Edward Oliver, Pontiac 
Amusement; and Albert Valente, 
Northland Vendors. 

Representing Angott Distributing 
were Andy Nazelli, Roland Bungay, 
Ernest Valente, Joe Milazzo and Joe 
Hamer. 


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California Clippings ^ 


The main topic of conversation along Pico Blvd. this week, seenmd to center 
around vacations, with everyone looking forward to the annual holiday. . . • 

At C. A. Robinson & Co. Hank Tronick informs, with the advent of vacation 
period despite expectations of decreasing activity, the reverse certainly seems sj 
to be in effect. If the first half of July is any indication of what the summer 
months have in store, we should experience one of the best summer seasons 
we’ve had in several years. . . . Business in general has been very ^ good at 
Paul Laymon, Inc. with a new shipment of the Bally “Golden Gate amuse- 
ment game in this week, plus a shipment of both the Rock-Ola Princess 
& wall model phonographs. Randy Elder, maintenance man, is nearing com- 
pletion of his lunch stand near Laymons, & expects to be open for business 
sometime next month. 

Clayton Ballard of the Wurlitzer Factory Branch is in San Luis Obispo ^ 
calling on op’s, and Cliff Nugent returned from San Bernardino. John Sca- 
varda’s wife Darlene & their two sons, Michael & _John,_ are vacationing in 
Denver for two weeks. . . . At American Coin Machine^ Bill Lanzy mentioned 
they have been very busy preparing to move into their new location, which 
will take place t'he first of next month. . . . Business continues to go along at 
a steady pace at California Music Co., with record sales on the increase. 

Morey Wiczer of Wico Corp. in Chicago, paid a visit to Simon DistribuHng 
Co. with his Western rep., Manny Glass. Bob Timm was also in town from Las 
Vegas and stopped by this week at Simons. ... At Badger Sales Co. Bill 
Happel reports the new Chicago Coin World’s Fair gun has been well ac- 
cepted by the operators, resulting in good sales action, since its arrival. The 
new leader in the golf contest is Marshall Ames, who has improved his game 
of golf to the extent that he will not be getting any more handicaps. . . . At 
Duarte International Sales Co. the shop & shipping dept, have been working 
overtime, to prepare export orders for shipment to Yokohama, Malaya, and 
the Philippines. 

The Mulcays stopped by the Leuenhagen “Record Bar” with a new Jubilee 
release, “Love Me Forever” b/w “Canadian Sunset.” Lee Palmer brought 
Johnny Burnette in with his first Chancellor release, “I Want To Thank Your 
Folks.” Also visiting was Tom Virzi of Mercury Records with the new Patti 
Page single, “Boy’s Night Out.” 

A new gun is being built especially for the R. F. Jones Co. by Dale Engi- 
neering called, the Desert Hunter. Chuck Klein informs Eldon Dale is well 
known for the many profitable rifles he has produced, and they were able to 
establish a price more reasonable, than any piece of equipment of this type, * 
for 5 years. Rowe AMI service schools were conducted by Jack LaRue at the 
Caravan Inn in Bakersfield, and at the Kings Inn — Lancer Court in San Diego. 
Carla Burda was absent for three days due to illness. 

In town visiting one-stops and distributors this week were: Lester DeChene, 
Riverside; Cliff Jones, Long Beach; C. A. Weber, Kemsville; Bob Hathaway, 
Ventura; Art Etz, Palmdale; John Ketchersid, Long Beach; Allan McMahan, 
Jacinto; Jerry James, Fontana; Herman Stauffacker, San Bernardino; and Mr. 

& Mrs. Joe Tamulonis, Banning. 



Midwest Musings 


In town for the day were Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Runnberg, Moose Lake, Minn. 
Gordon picking up parts and records, also reporting tourists by the thousands 
are driving through and resorts are full especially over the week ends. 

Elmer Cummings, Brookings, So. Dakota, in town for a couple of days mak- 
ing the rounds and picking up necessary parts and records. . . . Harvey Lund, 
Rapid City, took the family on his vacation to California and had a very nice 
two week vacation. ... In town for the day, Arnold Brevick, Watertown, So. ^ 
Dakota picked up his parts and record order. 

Mr. & Mrs. Clifford Brown, Rapid City, So. Dakota have returned home after 
spending a wonderful two week vacation on the West Coast and the World’s 
Fair. They drove and stopped off at some very interesting places. . . . A1 Kirtz 
and son Tommy, Lake City, Minn, were in town for the day as A1 had some 
shopping to do also had to be back the same day. 

Minneapolis Aquatennial started July 11th through 22nd, plenty of enter- 
tainment, plus the Twins in town makes for a lot of spending. Tourists by the 
thousands are in the state. Les Elgart at the Prom Friday July 20th. Don 
McGrane and his orchestra at The Edgewater Inn, and The Drunkard for 4 big 
weeks at Freddys. 


Happy Birthday This Week To: 

Edward A. Holstein, Chgo, 111. . . . Benjamin J. Fine, Balt., Md. . . . E. E. 
Peterson, San Diego, Calif. . . . Hugh W. Minter, Norfolk, Va. . . . Fred Green- 
bank, Canton, 111. . . . DeLos W. Burnside, New Castle, Pa. . . . Anton Massa 
Battle Creek, Mich. . . . George F. Klamm, Milwaukee, Wise. . . . Milton M. 
Braun, Savannah, Ga. . . . H Zorinsky, Omaha, Neb. . . . Mary Gillette, Chgo., 
111. . . . Harry I. Drollinger, Dallas, Texas . . . Melvin Burt, Coal City, 111. . . ! 
Wm. Buset, Ft. Williams, Ont. Canada . . . E. R. (Tom) Sheldon Jr. Payette 
Ida. . . . Emil J. Pfister, Sheboygan, Wise. . . . Anita Ehrdart Payne, Shere- 
port. La. . . . Sam Waldor, Newark, N. J. . . . James H. Young, Warwick Va. 
Harry Wichansky, Eliza., N. J. . . , Irving Gletzer, New London, Conn.'. 
Bastenie Amand, Antwerp, Belgium . . . Howard Berk, Bayonne, N. J. 


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Cash Box — July 28, 1962 



New "Hard-Cote" Finhh 
Bxtends Playboard life i 
an All-Time High! 


See these features 
demonstrated at your 
distributor: 


1 140-50 N. KOSTNER AVENUE • CHICAGO 51, ILLINOI5 


It's Alwa ys Profitable to Operate Gottlieb Games! 


• Lighting upper or lower row 
of “Cover Girls” scores spe- 
cial. 

• Lighting all “Cover Girls" 
lights side holes for 1, 2 or 
3 specials. 

• When split target is lit, red 
half spots red rollovers and 
lights corresponding 
“Cover Girls”; white half 
spots white rollovers and 
“Cover Girls.” 


• Rotating light pop bumpers 
score 10 points when lit. 


• Match feature. 


• Sparkling stainless cabinet 
trim. 


ChiCoin Returns From Vacation 
Releases “World’s Fair” Rifle 


CHICAGO — The heaviest possible 
production is planned immediately to 
rush shipments to distributors of Chi- 
cago Coin’s new coin-operated 
“World’s Fair” rifle gallery, target- 
gun amusement game, which was re- 
leased to the trade this week by Sam 
Wolberg and Sam Gensburg, heads of 
Chicago Dynamic Industries, Incorpo- 
rated. The firm recently returned from 
vacation. 

Mort Secore, the sales director, es- 
’’ corted the Cash Box reporter through 
the factory for a first-hand glimpse 
and actual play demonstration to ex- 
plain the exciting features which 
make “World’s Fair” rifle-target gal- 
lery a strong potential money-maker 
for game operators throughout the 
United States and in many foreign 
markets. 

He said: “Feature for feature, Chi- 
Coin’s ‘World’s Fair’ gun game is a 
standout in the realm of player ap- 
peal and in the scoring potential. This 
makes it a sales winner.” 

^ He explained further, that as the 
player aims at the targets he is faced 
with the exciting illusion of a long 
target range. The player is rated on 
the back glass according to his skill 
shooting as “Rifleman,” “Marks- 
man,” “Sharpshooter” or, finally, 
j “expert.” 

The player gets 25 shots for lO^i. Or, 
if the operator or location owner de- 
sires the game can easily be converted 
to a 12 for 5 ^ pricing, by simply mov- 
ing to another ‘jack’ in the mechanism. 
The game can easily be serviced at 
the front of the beautifully appointed 
cabinet by opening the sturdy (light 


to the touch) metal door just below 
the rifle rack. 

An amusing feature is the wording 
on the back of the targets which are 
shot down (and continue to spin). The 
front target panel is progressively 
numbered from “20-40-60-100.” As the 
adjacent “Clown” figures are hit 
words like, “Good Shot,” “OK Pal,” 
“Ouch” and “You Got Me” appear on 
the panels. 

When the ‘Extra Score’ award is 
made by progressively shooting the 
whole line of targets down at the rear 
the sign reads: “Now You Get Extra 
Score.” At the far rear of the target 
area there is a swinging target of a 
“tramp” eating a slice of watermelon. 

“World’s Fair” rifle target gallery 
has the ever popular extended play 
feature for added excitement, which 
is adjustable by utilizing the ‘jack’ 
provided in the machine’s mechanism. 
Moreover, the cabinet is symmetri- 
cally built, and is not ‘top heavy’. 

The player gets the ‘500’ extra 
score, if he hits the moving ‘tramp’ 
when the ‘watermelon’ target is 
lighted. The ‘300’ extra score is 
awarded when all five “bearded 
clowns” have been hit and left spin- 
ning. For skill the player shoots 
(aims) only at the highest value tar- 
gets. 

All targets are scored as indicated 
on the back glass. For added excite- 
ment every fifth shot is worth ‘500’ 
extra points for skill shooting. 

Sam Gensburg advised that sample 
shipments are being expeditiously 
readied for delivery to Chicago Coin 
Machine Company’s distributors as 
soon as possible. 


Seeburg 220S $695 

Seeburg LU200 225 

AMI Cont. 2-100 675 

AMI JAl 200E 395 

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SUMMER 

SPECIALS! 


BINGOS 

1 Circus Queen 

2 Touch Down 
1 Ballerina 

1 Carnival Queen 
4 Beach Time 

2 Miss America 
4 Cypress Garden 
2 Sun Valley 

7 Key West 

1 Big Show 

2 Parade 


BINGOS 

BOWLERS-ARCADE 

8 Nite Club 

Bally Bowler 16' 

Bally Bank Ball 

4 Broadway 

Bally Official Jumbo 

1 Beach Queen 

Bally Monarch 

2 Beauty Contest 

Bally ABC 

ChiCoin Red Dot 

UPRIGHTS 

ChiCoin Red Pin 

ChiCoin All-Star Goalie 

1 Jamboree 

(NEW) 

3 Red Arrow 

ChiCoin Pro Basketball 

3 Flashback 

ChiCoin Long Range Rifle 

2 Mid Red Ball 

Keeney Two-Gun Fun 


8 Cole Hot-Spa 

1 Bally 597 

2 Bally 583 

1 Apco MCF 

3 IV I Bonanza 

2 Apco SC6S1 
2 Apco Junior 

1 Vendo HB900 

5 Apco Senior 

6 Stoner D1 

9 Stoner 500 


WE HAVE EXPORT ORDERS TO FILL — 
SEND US YOUR COMPLETE LISTS! 
"CALL BOB JONES" 


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CABLE ADDRESS: REDDINC 

126 Lincoln Street Boston (Brighton) 35, Moss. Phone: ALgonquin 4-4040 
SEEBURG DIST. IN 5 STATES — BALLY DISTRIBUTORS — 

CHICOIN FACTORY REPS. 

European Representative — Mr. Marinus van der Weijde, Ingelheim-Rhein-Nord, Rheinstrasse 212, 
Western Germany, tel. Ingelheim/Khein 2658 


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Help Us Clear Our Warehouse 


Chicago Coin World Series 

Baseball Game $85.00 

CC Bull's Eye Drop Ball ... .$85.00 
DuGrenier 20 Col. Cigarette 

Vendor $225.00 

9 Col. Nationol Cigarette 

Vendor (as is) $75.00 

Auto Photo #9 $1000.00 


United UPB 100 Phono. 

at $265.00 

United UPC 100 $325.00 

AMI G-200 Phono $200.00 

Bally ABC Shuffle $150.00 

United Regulation Shuffle 

at $150.00 

Williams Jungle $175.00 


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For Our Price List 

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WANT — Attention: Distributors and record 
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choice. BIG JOHN RECORDS. 687 WASH- 
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Please giye fall details first contact to avoid 
May and assare qnick deal. HARRY WAR- 
RING KNICKERBOCKER MUSIC CO.. 
468 MCLeAN AVE.. YONKERS. N. Y. (TeL 
GReenleaf 6-7778). 


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MASS. (TeL DU 7-4140). 


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through newspaper classified advertising. 
Travel awn State. We pay top commission. 
Our men earn over J400 weekly. All replies 
strictly confidential. AZAR, 2314 ELAST 15th 
STREET, OAKLAND 1, CALIF. 


WANT— Late Bingos, Gottlieb 2-4 players, 
Seebarg Phonographs, un-shopped bat com- 
plete. Snote prices FOB nearest seaport. 
THE GENERAL AUTOMATIC. 60, me Van 
Sehoer. BRUSSELS 3. Belgiam. (Cable-add- 
ress: JEUMATE-BRUSSELS). 


WANT — New or used 45rpm records. All types, 
as they ran right off the route. No sorting 
or picking. We pay 12-15d and the freight. 
Standing order available for regular ship- 
pers. J & D SALES, 1 VIDETTA St., 
W. PEABODY, MASS. (Tel. JE 2-0737). 


WANT — We need great quantities of Bally 
Bingos. Quote ns your lowest prices F.O.B. 
nearest Seaport U.S.A. P.V.B.A. VERHEDA. 
KRONEN-BURGSTRAAT 94. ANTWERP. 
BELGIUM. (Cable address: VERHEDA). 


WANT — Rowe Cigarette Vendors: 14 Column 
Ambassadors; 20 Column 700; Seebarg VL 
& KD; National 22 column Cigarette Ven- 
dor; Wms. Ten Pina & Ten Strike. Quote 
best price. DAVE LOWY & COMPANY, 
652 TENTH AVE., NEW YORK 18. N.Y. 
(TeL LT 1-1033). 


WANT — 45 RPM Records, new or used. LP’a 
also considered. We pick op any quantity 
yon have on hand and pay highest cash 
prices. Write information to: EARI. KUHNS 
DIST. CO.. 4580 SNEAD. SANTA CLARA, 
CALIFORNIA. CHerry 1-0087. 


WANT — New (salvage, overran, scrap) 4.. 
RPM singles, kiddy & 12" long play records, 
also juke boz records. We are top promo- 
tional record house in the bcsiness, see ns 
first. NATIONAL BAG-O-TUNES. INC., 
224-09 LINDEN BLVD.. CAMBRIA 
HEIGHTS 11, NEW YORK. (TeL AR 
6-6833) BEN JACOBS. DAN WANCIO. 


WANT — New or ased 45 RPM Records, not 
over 6 months old. We pay 15d and the 
frolght. Can use any quantity. WALLY 
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MIAMI 69, FLA. 


WANT — Ezhibit’s lOU, Selectem and Hor- 
ashoes. State price, quantity and condition 
ia first letter. NEW LIDO ARCADE. 412 
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WANT — Wms. 4k Gottlieb used 1, 2 4fc 4 play- 
m. as la, co^lete, 1959 and ap. IMPERIAL 
COIN MACHINE CO.. 498 ANDERSON 
A^.. CLIFFSIDE. NEW JERSEY. 


WANT — AMI 120 and 200 Phonographs. Hide- 
aways, Selection Bozes, Steppers. Late model 
Gottlieb Pin Games; 54 & 104 Connter 
Games. Write stating quantity condition and 
best cash price. ST. THOMAS COIN SALES 
LTD.. 669 TALBOT ST.. ST. THOMAS. 
ONT.. CANADA. (TeL MElrose 1-9550). 


WANT — To buy in quantity for resale— Na- 
tional 111 and 113 Cigarette machines. For 
Sale or trade — Deluze Big Tents; County 
Fairs; Double Shots; Skeet Shoots; 6 Bright 
Spot Bingos. Write or call — E. L. HARRIS, 
BUDDY BUDDY ENTERPRISES, CHEST- 
ER. ILLINOIS. 


WANT — All types of music. Bally Bingos. 
Wms. Pins, Gottlieb Pins, all types of 
Shuffles, Bowling Alleys, Rifles, Arcade 
Vending. Quote prices. FAS, U.S.A. Port. 
State condition. BOX #540, c/o THE CASH 
BOX. 1780 BROADWAY, NEW YORK 19, 
N. Y. 


WANT — Are regular buyers late bingos, Gott- 
lieb 2-4 players, Seebarg B-C V200, Bowl- 
ings, unshopped, complete, working, packed 
original cartons. We pay dollars, cash in 
advance. Quote price FOB nearest seaport. 
MAX LOBO, MEIR, 23, ANTWERP, BEL- 
GIUM (Tel. 33.81.33). 


WANT — We pay the highest prices for all 
Bally Bingos and Gottlieb Pinballs manu- 
factured 1958 and up. Intersted all braqd 
new closeouts. Also arcade equipment. Cable 
or write to: HOI.LAND-RELGIE. EUROPE 
SPRL. 276 AVENUE LOUISE. BRUSSELS 
5. BELGIUM. (Cable address: HOBEL- 
EUROP-BRUSSELS). 


WANT— Used 45 RPM Records. All types, as 
they run, right off the route. No sorting or 
picking. We pay freight from anywhere in 
USA. Standing order available for regular 
shippers. JALEN AMUSEMENT CO.. INC., 
14 EAST 21st ST.. BALTIMORE 18. MD. 


WANT — JUKE Boz Operators! If you want 
a steady outlet for your used records, call 
or write: EASTERN RECORDS. INC.. 138- 
43 JAMAICA AVE., QUEENS 35. NEW 
YORK. (TeL JAmaiea 3-7030). 


WANT — To purchase 5,000,000 new records, 
all speeds. We prefer large quantities and 
will buy for cash. Top prices offered. No 
Jake Boz Records. Write to: RANSEL 
TRADING CORP.. 1000 AUSTIN BLVD.. 
ISLAND PARK. N. Y. (Tel. GEneral 
2-1650), JESSE SELTER. Pres. 


WANT — Your used or surplus records aU 
speeds. We buy all year ’round, and pay 
top prices. No lot too large or too small. 
We pay freight. BEACON RECORD DIS- 
TRIBUTORS. INC., 821 NORTH MAIN 
ST.. PROVIDENCE. R.I. (TeL UNlon 1-7500, 
JAckson 1-5121). 


WANT — For resale — (lOttlieb and Williams five 
balls. TOLEDO COIN MACHINE EX- 
CHANGE CO.. 814-816 SUMMIT STREET, 
TOLEDO 4, OHIO (Tel. CH 3-7191). 


WANT — Will pay cajh — Need late guns — 
Baseballs and all arcade pieces. MIKE 
MUNVES CORP., 577— 10th AVENUE, 
NEW YORK, NEW YORK. (TeL BR 9-6677). 


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING SECTION 


WANT — Panorama and Panoram parts. United 
Triple Plays Wanted. ADVANCE AUTOMA- 
■nc SALES CO.. 1850 HOWARD ST.. SAN 
FRANCISCO, CAUF. (TeL HEmlock 
1-1750). 


FOR SALE — We have a large stock of recon- 
ditioned Shuffle Games and Bingo. Write for 
Ust. PIQNEER VENDING, INC., 3726 KE8- 
SEN AVE., CINCINNATI. OHIO. (Tel. 
Montana 1-5000). 


WANT — FOR Resale: Seebarg and Wurlitzer 
Phonographs, Games, Cigarette Machines. 
Send list, condition, prices. HASTINGS DIS- 
TRIBUTING CO., INC., 6100 WEST BLUE- 
MOUND ROAD, MILWAUKEE 13. WIS- 
CONSIN. 


FOR SALE — Hi-Speed Super Fast Shuffle 
Board Waz. 24 one-pound cans per ease. 
$8.50 f.o.b. Dallas, Tezas. Sold on money 
back guarantee. Distributor for D. Gottlieb. 
ChiCoin. STATE MUSIC DISTRIBUTORS. 
INC., 3100 MAIN ST., DALLAS, TEXAS. 


WANT — New 45RPM’s that have appeared on 
the charts within the last 6 months. Can use 
any quantity. We pay 154 to 184 plus freight 
charges. KAY ENTERPRISES, 659 N.E. 
123rd St., North Miami, Fla. (TeL PL 
7-8061). 


FOR SALE — Auto-Photo Studios. Model 9 
8995.; Model 11 $1,995.; ABT Shooting Gal- 
lery (like new) ; Kiddie Rides, Arcade Eqn^ 
ment. Write for list and prices. ADVANCE 
DISTRIBUTING CO.. 5644 DEL-M^ 
BLVD., ST. LOUIS 12, MISSOURI. (Tel 


WANT— Un. Triple-Plays FOR SALE:— Bally 
Beauty Contests — (fioor samples). Big Show, 
Golf Champs, Frolics (6-card), Gott. World 
Champ. Harbor Lites, Wishing Well, Duette 
2pl., CC Tripie-Strike shuffle-alley. Valley 
Bumper & 6-pocket pool tables. NOBRO 
NOVELTY CO., 142 DORE ST., SAN 
FRANCISCO 3, CALIF. (Tel. MA 1-5438 or 
MA 1-5439). 


WANT — We pay top prices. Seebarg models 
from 100-78 rpm; Late Rock-Ola; Gottlieb- 
Williams Games. Or will trade. Call, Write, 
Bob Jones for complete inventory. REDD 
DISTRIBUTING CO., INC., 126 LINCOLN 
ST., BRIGHTON 35, MASS. (Tel. AL 
4-4040). 


FOR SALE 


FOR SALE — For Quick Dealing — New and 
Used: EX 400 A.M.I. Speakers — Standard 
Metal Typers, Candid Camera, Redd Skill 
Card, Fortune Theatre, (len. Motorama, C.C. 
Glide Pool, I.K. Super Hockey, C.C. Twin 
Bowler, Bally Trophy Bowler, Metro Pony, 
Wico Snack Vendor, Keeney 300 Cktffee & 
Assorted parts. Corsair 30 column Cigarette 
Vendor, Uneeda Pack Cigarette Vendor. 
Faun 9 column, Stoner 15 column Cigarette, 
etc. Phone or Write for complete list. 
MILLER-NEWMARK DISTRIBUTING CO.. 
42 FAIRBANKS STREET, NW. GRAND 
RAPIDS, MICHIGAN (Tel. GL 6-6807). 


FOR SALE— Seebarg ED200’s @ $325.; or 
five for $1500.; V200’s @ $170.; or five for 
$800.; 222’s @ $650.; or five for $3000.00. 
Wurlitzer 2000 @ $250. 1800 @ $215.; 1650 
@ $95.; 2400S @ $575.00. AMI JBJ 120 @ 
$575.; G 80 and 120’s @ $225.; JBl 120 @ 
$496.; Roek-Oia 1455 @ $275.; 1448 @ $245; 
1465 @ $365.00. Prices F. O. B. Detroit, 
Michigan. All equipment complete and op- 
erating— crated for ezport. See us for best 
buys on used vending equipment. MARTIN 
AND SNYDER CO.. 12727 W. WARREN 
AVE.. DEARBORN, MICHIGAN. (TeL 
LUzen 2-2300). 


FOR SALE — 100.000 new 45 rpm 6 months to 
1 year old, $10 per 100. $95 per lOCO. Aloe 
25,000 EP’s $25 per C; $200 per M; 12" I^s 
available $100 per C; $950 per M. HAY- 
MAR SALES CO., 170-21 JAMAICA AVK, 
JAMAICA 32. N. Y. (TeL OLympia 8-4012). 


FOR SALE — 6 Pocket Pool Tables, czcellent 
shape $150.; 14' Bowlers $195.; Blinkers 
$185.; Skee Balk $125.; Bowlette 14' $176.; 
Rebound Shuffles $49.60. Write or wire to- 
day. PURVEYOR DISTRIBUTING CO.. 
4322 NORTH WESTERN AVE., CHICAGO 
18, ILL. (TeL JUniper 8-1814). 


FOR SALE— Seeburg’s B’s $125., C’s $176., 
G’s $300., KD’s $395.; V-3WA’s $75.; Wnrl- 
itzers 1700 $195., 1800 $245.. 1900 $326., 
2104 $3.95.; Cigarettes, Games, Alleys, 

Bingos also available. GABRIELSON A 
COMPANY, 724 MEMORIAL DR., S. E., 
ATLANTA 16. GEORGIA. (Tel. JA 5-7441). 


FOR SALE — Complete line of used Phono- 
graphs, Shuffle Games, Cigarette Machines 
and various types of all other games and 
equipment. Lowest prices. Best merchandise. 
One letter, wire or phone call will convince 
you. We are factory representatives for 
United, Rock-Ola, Bally and Irving Kaye. 
TARAN DISTRIBUTING, INC., 3401 N.W. 
36TH ST., MIAMI 42. FLA. (TeL NEwton 
5-2531). 


FOB SALE — Relays — low cost, high quality, 
general purpose open style made to your 
specifications. Short run our specialty. Also 
electrical harnesses and switch stack assem- 
blies. MARVEL MANUFACTURING CO., 
2847 W. FULLERTON AVE., CHICAGO, 
ILL. (Tel. DI 2-2424). 


FOR SALE — Records, New 45’s 100 assorted 
tunes per carton — 60% majors, lid and less. 
BP's 26d per record, 12" LP’s majors a^ 
others, pre-packaged 100 or more, $75. Wul 
send sample order. Send check or money or- 
der. SIB TABACK RECORDS, 2640 W. 
PICO BLVB., LOS ANGELES 6, CALIF. 
(TeL Dunkirk 8-8735). 


FOR SALE — Pokerino nearly new with drop 
chute and knock off. Also have soma older 
Pokerino games with push chutes. If you 
need parts for your Pokerino we have them. 
Write, JAMES TRAVIS. P.O. BOX 206, 
MILLVILLE. NJ. 


FOR SALE — 2 AMI Model I-M 200 at $275.00 
each, ezcellent shape. Also 3 — 120 AMI WaU 

Bozes plus New Stepper. $100.00 for the 

lot. MID-WEST DISTRIBUTORS. 709 LIN- 
WOOD BLVD., KANSAS CITY, MO. 


FOR SALE — Low close-out price on Midway 
Skee Fun and Deluxe Baseball. UNITED 
EAST COAST CORP., 583 TEN'TH AVE., 
NEW YORK, N.Y. (Tel. PE 6-6680). 


FOR SALE — Large supply of Btaigeo, Up- 
rights and Joker Balls. Rock-Ola 1465 
$295.00 1436A $85.00, 1438 $166.00. Seebarg 
and Rock-Ola 100 and 120 Wall Bozes 
$35.00 and Hidden Units. HALLGREN DIS- 
TRIBUTORS. 1626 3RD AVENUE. MO- 
LINE. ILLINOIS. 


FOR SALE — If it’s Panoram Parts you want, 
Phil Gould has ’em. PHIL GOULD, 224 
MARKET ST.. NEWARK, N-I. (TeL MAr- 
ket 4-3297). 


FOR SALE — New and Used Coin Machines, 
shopped and ready for location. Also routes 
for sale. AUTOMATIC MUSIC CO., 1214 W. 
ARC:HER ST.. TULSA, OKLAHOMA. (Tel 
LU 4-4775). 


FOR SALE — Rockola 1464 with stand $325; 
Rockola 1454 $325 : Rockola 1455 $295 ; 

Rockola 1465 $375; RockoU 1468 $425; Spe- 
cial — 10 Rockola 1475 $425; Seeburg KD200 
$325 ; Seeburg V200 Converted $200 ; United 
Atlas S/A $175; United Clipper S/A $89.50; 
United Clipper S/A $89.50; United Regula- 
tion S /A $135 ; Keeney Popcorn Machine 
$325; Bally Big Inning $195; Gottlieb 
Around The World $225.00. LAKE CITY 
AMUSEMENT CO., 4533 PAYNE AVENUE, 
CLEVELAND 3, OHIO (Tel. HE 1-4100). 


FOR SALE— Attention I We are the trade’s 
Inrgest suppliers of Pool Table supplies— 
slates, cues, balk, cloth, etc. Best quality, 
lowest prices, write or phone for our new 
catalog. EASTERN NOVELTY DISTRIBU- 
TORS. 3726 TONNELE AVE., NORTH 
BERGEN. N. J. (Tel. UNlon 3-8627). 


HAUIS — SecDurg K-lOO m $325.; V-200 O 
$185.; Warlitzer 2000 @ $295.; 2100 @ 
$375.; 2200 @ $595.; 2300 @ $750.; AMI 
H-120 @ $325.; H-200 @ $375.00. 1/3 Depos- 
it, balance C.O.D. NORTHWEST SALES 
CO. of OREGON. 1040 S.W. 2nd. AVE.. 
PORTLAND 4, OREGON, (TeL CA 8-6557). 


yas«aaa«:aa«vg* SAIU 

score firnn games. Shopped and ready for 
location. $27.50 each with stand; $25.00 each 
without stand. Call or write for Bonus deal 
on all. WALLACE DISTRIBU’nNG COM- 
PANY, P.O. BOX 75, MINERAL WELlS. 
TEXAS (TeL FA 5-3600). 


Dual & Three ways. Ako used 45 RPM 
Records off route. MOHAWK SKILL 
GAMES CO.. 67 SWAGGERTOWN RD 
SCHENECTADY. 2, N. Y. ^ 


—Black Cherries, Golden Falk, High Tons. 
Blue Front, Brown Fronts, Diamond Fronts 

MACH?Xf‘""6lSTRIB"uT^ORs“To‘:, ""P/ol 


FOR SALE — All new 45 RPM records, packed 
100 assorted per carton, $12.50 per 100. All 
known artkts. Trial order will eonvincs 
these are best lots on market. Satisfaction 
guaranteed. C & S ENTERPRISES, INC., 
1628 BEDFORD AVE., BROOKLYN, N. Y. 


- . , . - •icai.ofc onici 

for best prices on New and Used equip 
ment. TRI STATE DISTRIBUTING C() 
P. O. BOX 615, ROME. GA. (Tel 284-7128' 
or 1441 CENTRAL AVE.. CHAT’TANOO 
GA, TENN. (Tel. AM 5-4858). 


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Cash Box^July 28, 1962 




CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING SECTION 


FOR SALE— World famons Aristocrat Pmit/ 
Fokcr Machines. Arcadian. Sheerline, Star- 
litc, CInbmaster, Crisscross, Wild Ace, Gold 
Award, Fonr Reeler, Guaranteed Jackpot 
and Dropping Jackpot combinations. AINS- 
WORTH CONSOLIDATED INDUSTRIES 
(G.B.) Ltd., 178, Grays Inn Road, London 
W.C.I., EnKland. Cables Aindent LONDON 


FOR SALE— Brand new 45 RPM Records; 
Top 100*8 past and recent packed 100 as- 
sorted per carton, $11. postsBe prepaid. 
Send check or money order: RECORDS 
INC., 2707 W. PICO BLVD., LOS AN- 
GELES 6, California. 


FOR SALE— Williams Pins (Reserye, Black 
Jack, 3 Coins, Metros, Ten Spot, Hi-Way) 
Coin connters, coin sorters, coin chansrers, 
coin wrappers (parts & supplies). GLOBE 
DISTRIBUTING COMPANY INC., 1623 N. 
CAUFORNIA AVE., CHICAGO 47, ILL. 
(AR 6-0780). 


FOR SALE — Special — Bally: Shoot- A-Line 
$655; Can-Can $850 — Quantity price on re- 
quest. Barrel O'Funs *62 $595; Super Shuf- 
fles $635 Williams Space Glider Guns $360. 
NEW ORLEANS NOVELTY CO., 1055 
DRYADES ST., NEW ORLEANS, LOUI- 
SIANA (Tel. 529-7321). 


FOR SALE — Touchdown $300.; Sea Wolf 
$100.; Golden Bells $135.; Williams Big 
League Baseball $110. GENERAL DIS- 
TRIBUTING CO., 1609 ORLEANS AVE., 
NEW ORLEANS, LA. (Tel. 524-6729). 


FOR SALE — Specials: Bally Beauty Contests 
$45; Beach Queens $65; Keeney Birdland 
$465; Startime $495; Touchdown $95; Auto- 
Bell Galloping Dominoes $45; Deluxe Hia- 
leah $95; also other Games, Inc. and Keeney 
uprights— call or write: MICKEY ANDER- 
SON AMUSEMENT CO., 314 E. IITH ST., 
ERIE, PA. (Tel. GL 2-3207). 


FOR SALE — Mi. De Luxe Baseballs 475, Mi 
6 Player Ski Funs 475, United De Luxe 
Bonus Baseball 525, Keeney 2 Gun Fun 595. 
The above games like new, floor samples. 
Voice-O-Graph 99, 3D Sky Gunner, 75, Ba. 
Sharp shooter 225, Bazooka Gun 125, Play- 
land Gun 250, De Luxe Shooting G^. 225, 
Pirate Gun 125, Joker Ball 225, C. C. Worlds 
Series 95, C. C. Rocket Shuffle 75, Bonus 
Gun 125, STATE SALES AND SERVICE 
CORP., 1005-07 BALTIMORE ST., BALTI- 
MORE 2, MARYLAND (TeL DI 2-3055). 


FOR SALE — Wurl. 2510 write. Muto. Lord 
Prayer $125.00. Old Smoky ride $199.50. 
Beauty Contest $50.00; Wurl. 1550 $75.; 
Wm’s Ten Pins $89.50; Lucky & Trophy 
bowlers, 4 pieces, $850; Wanted: Late (^tt. 
pingames. GREC() BROTHERS AMUSE- 
MENT CO., INC., 1288 BROADWAY, AL- 
BANY, N.Y. (Tel. HO 5-0228). 


FOR SALE— Wurlitzer 1700 $150.; 2100 $275.; 
AMI Cont. 1-200 $695.; J-200 $575, and H- 
200 $385.00 BIRD MUSIC DISTRIBUTORS, 
INC., 124-126 POYNTZ AVENUE, MAN- 
HATTAN, KANSAS. 


FOR SALE — 400 Coin Operated Radios, on 
25^ 1 hr. play in A1 shape, made by R. C, A. 
C!olumbia, Tradio and Coradio. Make ns an 
offer. CENTRAL OHIO COIN MACHINE 
EXCHANGE. INC., 858 N. HIGH ST., CO- 
LUMBUS 15, OHIO (Tel. AXminster 
4-3529). 


FOR SALE — Wms. Black Jack $260; Wms. 
Magic Clock, 2-pl. $285; Wms. Jungles $250; 
Wms. Nags $165; Got. Flipper $225; Got. 
Show Boat $250; Wms. Reserve $260; (Jot. 
Dancing Dolls $195. CLOER DIST. CO., 
1613 MAIN, JOPLON, MO. (Tel. MAfair 
3-4202). 


FOR SALE — Route, Cigarettes & Juke Boxes 
all in Miami $75,000 cash needed. Retiring, 
excellent deal. REGAL VENDING CORP., 
416 S.W. 8TH AVE., MIAMI, FLORIDA 
(Tel. FR 3-7356). 


FOR SALE — Mutoscope Drivemobile, Revolv- 
ing Drum, with Seat — ^Mechanically Good- 
Cost $495.00. ATLAS DISTRIBUTORS, 1024 
COMMONWEALTH AVENUE, BOSTON 
15. MASS. (Tel. RE 4-1384). 


FOR SALE— Fischer Six Pocket Tables, com- 
pletely reconditioned, with slate, like new 
73” X 43", $175.; 90” X 50" $275.00. Got. 
Rocketship $165.; “DeLuxe** $375.; Got. 
"Racetime” $195.; Big Inning $175.; Batting 
Practice $195.; ABC $95.; Rocket Bowler 
$95.; United Mercury $95.; Regulation $125.; 
C C Drop-A-Ball $75.; Seeburg 100 C $165.; 
Rock-Ola 1438 $125.; AMI-D-80 $85.; E-120 
$95.00. BETSON ENTERPRISES. INC.. 3726 
TONNELLE AVE., NO. BERGEN, N. J. 
(TeL UN 3-8574). 


FOR SALE — Shawnees $225; Flashbacks $450; 
Twin Super Wild Cats $376; Twin Red Ar- 
rows $375; Deluxe Big Tents $125; Jokers 
Wild $200; Beauty Contests $60. AU Bingos 
available. Write for prices. D & P MUSIC, 
27 E. PHILADELPHIA ST.. YORK. PA. 
(TeL 8-1846). 


FOR SALE — Legal and sound investment, 
route of 125 Cigarette machines and 30 
candy machines. Good future, unusual op- 
portunity, near Patuxent Naval Air Station, 
St. Mary’s County, Maryland. Mail all in- 
quiries to: BOX 566, CASH BOX, 1780 
BROADWAY, N.Y.C. 


FOR SALE — Record pressings made, reason- 
able. Fine work. B-ATLAS RECORDS, 2226 

McDonald avenue, Brooklyn 23, 

N.Y. 


FOR SALE — Acapulco 545, Sea Island 365, 
Touchdown 320, Beach Time 245, Big Show 
110, Big Time 60, Gay Time 60, ^auty Con- 
test 60, Red Arrow 195, Buckley Track Odds 
365, United Bowl-A-Rama, like new, latest 
model $1650. Bally Heavy Hitter $245, Gott- 
lieb Kewpie Doll 275, Flagship 120, World 
Champ 110. Auto Race 120, Seeburg Ciga- 
rette E-1 165, Rockola 1468 120 like new 
495, Shawnee $200, many others. CROSSE- 
DUNHAM & CO., 136 NORTH MANHEIM 
ST., YORK, PA. (Tel. 47-6992). 


FOR SALE— Cole TM 3 Drink 5d $100 or lOd 
$150 — Cole 6 Drink 5^ $150 or lOd $200 — 
Cols SPB 7 Drink carbonated & non car- 
bonated lOd $275. AU machines have 25^ 
changers and are cheeked and operating. 
AUTOMATIC SELLING ASSOCIATES, 
INC., 12 WATERYARD RD.. ISLAND 
PARK, N.Y. (TeL GE 1-3321). 


FOR SALE — Wnrlitzers 2000 and 2100 com- 
pletely shopped; No reasonable offer re- 
fused; Phone or write; UNITED DISTRIB- 
UTORS INC., 902 W. SECOND. WICHITA 
3, KANSAS (TeL AM 4-6111—3504). 


FOR SALE — Arcade Equipment, Pins, Skee 
Alleys, Guns, RoUdowns, Drop Balls, Shnf- 
fleboards. Skill Cards, Juke Boxes, SkiU Rolls, 
Shuffle Games, Golden Nuggets, Victor 
Vendors & etc. — no crating— come and get 
them. H & L SALES, 201 S. BROADWAY, 
GREEN BAY. WIS. 


FOR SALE — Regulation Shuffle Alleys $150.; 
Bulls Eye Drop BaU $75.; Guns, Five BalU, 
Old Shuffles, Drink Machines, Cigarette 
Vendors. Write or caU CENTRAL DIS- 
TRIBUTORS, INC., 2315 OLIVE ST.. ST. 
LOUIS, MO. 


FOR SALE — Uprights, Flash Backs $450.; 
Twin Red Arrows $350.; Shawnees $150.; 
Trail Blazers $300.; Super Wild Cats $250.; 
Wild Cats $125.; Sportsman $125.; D & L 
COIN MACHINE CO., 414 KELKER ST., 
HARRISBURG. PA. 


FOR SALE — ^Bally Bingo Sale: B ikin i $675, 
Laguna Beach $535, County Fair $500, Aca- 
pulco $460, Lite A Line $425, C. C. Super 
Home Ron $75. AU are cleaned & shopped. 
Call — NASTASI DISTRIBUTING COM- 
PANY, 912 POYDRAS STREET, NEW OR- 
LEANS, LA. (Tel. 523-6386 — 523-7459). 


FOR SALE — Special — Bally: Can Cans $825; 
Bikinis $725; Acapulcos $545; Shoot- A-Lines 
$555 ; Barrel O’Funs ’62 $595 ; Barrel O’Funs 
’61 $445 ; Lite-A-Lines $500 ; Marksman 

$325 ; Bally Bowlers $775 ; Roller Derbys 
$550; WUliams: Ten Spots $225; Gottlieb: 
Egg Heads $325. NEW ORLEANS NOVEL- 
TY CO., 1055 DRYADES STREET, NEW 
ORLEANS. LOUISIANA. (Tel. 529-7321). 


FOR SALE — Attention Vending Operators! 
Our inventory is extensive. We are proud of 
our reconditioning and refinishing. Our 
prices are fair. Contact ns for quotes be- 
fore you buy anything. SHELDON SALES 
DIST. CORP., DIRECT ROWE-AMI FAC- 
TORY REPRESENTATIVES, 881 MAIN 
STREET, BUFFALO 3, NEW YORK (Tel. 
TT 5-9106). 


FOR SALE — 6 G-200 Covcrted like new @ 
$245.00 each; 1 KD Seeburg $325.00 ea. ; 1 
201D Seebury $595; 2 Rockola 1446 $195.00 
ea.; 1 Wm. Baseball $75.00. SEACOAST 
DISTRIBUTORS, INC., 1200 ELIZABETH 
4, NEW JERSEY (Tel. BI 8-3524). 


MISCELUNEOUS 


MISCELLANEOUS— Loans available to vend- 
ing machine operators, distributors and deal- 
ers for equipment loans, route acquisitions 
or loans to locations. PHAREB ASSOCI- 
ATES, 342 MADISON AVENUE, NEW 
YORK, N.Y. or caU ns at (MU 2-0791). 


MISCELLANEOUS— Burglar Alarm for coin- 
operated equipment operates on flashlight 
battery. Sensitive to tampering, Eveready 
energizers. InstaUed quickly. Powerful alarm. 
Postpaid $3.95, three $10.75, dozen $39.00. 
Quantity prices to distributors. BLOCK 
MARBLE CO.. 1425 NO. BROAD ST.. 
PHILADELPHIA 22. Pa. 


MISCELLANEOUS— Steel Truck Safe. "Drop” 
opens and automatically closes safe from pU- 
ferage. Base drilled for mounting. Door re- 
cessed. Corbin Lock. Switch can be connected 
to hem. Heavy chain extra protection. Ham- 
mertone Green. 40 lbs. $54.40. BL()CK MAR- 
BLE. 1425 N. BROAD ST., PHILADEL- 
PHIA, PA. 


MISCELLANEOUS— Arcade BuUding 40’x65' 
lot lOO'xlOO' 60 machines price $65,000.00 
Dale guns $20. Arcade building 40'x52' plus 
Uving quarters water front lot- 150'x505' 
price $90,000.00. Metal Tike Gods $5 per 
dozen no C.O.D. BEACON AMUSEMENTS, 
BRANT BEACH. N.J. 


MFRS. NEW EQUIPMENT 

CURRENTLY IN PRODUCTION 

Prices shown are list prices f.o.b. factory. Mfrs. have not authorized prices where no price is shown. 


AMI, INC. 

Continental 2-200 Stereo Round* with Auto- 
mix 200 Sel. Stereo Phono. 

Continental 2-200 Monaural (no Automix) 
200 Sel. Monaural Phono. 

Continental 2-100 Stereo Round* with Auto- 
mix 200 Sel. Stereo Phono. 

Continental 2-100 Monaural (no Automix), 
100 Sel. Monaural Phono. 

(*Stereo Round plays 33-1/3-46 rpm records 
intermixed) 

HAC-200 — Hideway, 200 Sel. Monaural or 
Stereo 

WQ-120 120 Sel. W. B 

WQ-200 200 Sel. W. B 

KQ-200-1 20 Sel. W. B., Dual Price Play 
WQ-200-3 200 Sel. W. B., Dual Price Play, 

4-Coin Rejector 

Bar Grip W. B. Mounting Bracket 

EX-600 Cylindrical Wall Spkr 

L-2130 Ceiling Spkr., Choice of Grille .... 
Types Listed 

£,-2135 Random Pattern Grille 

L-2136 Uniform Pattern Grille 

L-2137 Circular Flush-Mount Grille 

Remote Vol. & Cancel Cont., St. or Mo. 


AUTO-PHOTO CO. 

Model 12 Studio $3,245.00 

V-2 Auto-Voice Recorder 


BALLY MFC. CO. 

Golden Gate (Bingo) (6/62) $1265.00 

Shoot-A-Line (Bingo) (6/62) .... 895.00 

Lido (Bingo) 1,215.00 

Bank-Ball 695.00 

Super Shuffle 995.00 

Barrel-O-Fun ’62 870.00 

Funspot ’62 870.00 

Deluxe Bally Bowler 16' lengths . . 1,575.00 
5' Extension Sections $105.00 (May 
1962) 

Pony Twins (Kiddie Ride) 705.00 

Toonerville Trolley 865.00 

The Champion (all metal cab) .... 865.00 


CHICAGO COIN MACHINE 

Variety Roll-Down Bowler 

Long Range Rifle Gallery 

Starlite Shuffle Alley (May 1962) . . 

Gold Crown (3/62) 

Pro Basketball (June ’61) 

All-Star Goalie 


EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO. 

Card Vendor 

Kleer Plastic Laminator Vendor 


FISCHER SALES & MFG. CO. 

Crown Imperial VIII 

Crown Imperial VII 

Crown Imperial VI 

Coronet 7 

Coronet 6 

Crown Fiesta 


J. F. FRANTZ MFG. CO. 

U.S. Marshall 54 Gun 

New Frontier ((jounter Pistol) 

Dodge City (Counter Pistol) 

Kicker & Catcher 

ABT Challenge Pistol 

ABT (Juesser Scale 

ABT Rifle Sport 

Aristo Scale 


GAMES, INC. 

Skill Race Pingame (June ’62) . . 


D. GOTTLIEB & CO. 

Fashion Fun, 2 Plyr. (June 1962) . 


IRVING KAYE CO., INC. 

Deluxe Eldorado 6 Pkt. Series .... 

Mark I, 77x45 

Mark II, 82x46 

Mark III, 93x52 

Mark IV, 106x58 

Deluxe Satellite, 77x45 

Deluxe Klub Pool, 56x50 


J. H. KEENEY & CO., INC. 

Rainbow Pingame (6/62) 

Roll- A-Line 

Summertime 

'Two-Gun Fun, Gun game 

El Rancho, 2-Ball Pin 

Hacienda (same game w/o Pana- 

scope unit) 

Black Dragon 

Flash Back 


MIDWAY MFG. CO. 

Deluxe Baseball 


ROCK-OLA MFG. CORP. 

1496 120 Sel. Empress Phono 

1497 200 Sel. Empress Phono 

1493 100-Sel. Princess st/m phono 
100 Wall Phono — 100 Sel 

1622 Streo Twin Speakers 

1623 Stereo Twins jr. spkrs 

1623 Hi Fidelity Extension Speakers 
33 1/3-45 rpm Mech-O-Matic inter- 
mix play Dual-speed turntable . . . 

1950 Remote Vol. Cont. with Cancel 
Button 504 

1972 Reverba-sound kit 

1554 100-sel. wall box 

Coin Chute Available for All Models 
Dual Credit Unit Available for 200 Sel. 
Model 1485 

1555 Dual W. B. for 120 or 200 Sel. 

1745 Receiver unit 


ROCK-OLA IVI CORP. 

Model TRLB-M — Coffee, Hot Chocolate, Soup 
Vendor — Batch fresh brew, modular door 
and light, 600 cup capacity, coffee 4 ways, 
extra cream and sugar, whipped powdered 
chocolate, liquid sugar, liquid soup, fresh 
cream, with changer. 

Model 1400 — Coffee, Hot Chocolate, Soup — • 
Single cup fresh brew, 500 cup capacity, 
coffee 4 ways, extra cream and sugar, 
whipped powdered chocolate, granulated 
sugar, soluble cream, with changer. 

Model 1400S — Coffee, Hot Chocolate, Soup — 
Single cup fresh brew, 500 cup capacity, 
coffee 4 ways, extra cream and sugar, 
whipped powdered chocolate, whipped 
powdered soup, granulated sugar, soluble 
cream with changer. 

(Fred Hebei Corp.) 

Model 3400 Hebei — Coffee, Hot Chocolate, 
(Color Beige)— Single cup fresh soluble 
coffee, all dry ingredients, 225 cup capa- 
city, coffee 4 ways, whipped powdered 
chocolate, without changer, changer op- 
tional (extra charge) . 

THE SEEBURG CORP. 

DSIOO — Directional stereo, 100 selection pho- 
nograph. 

DS160 — Directional stereo, 160 selection pho- 
nograph. 

All models have the following as standard 
equipment : 

Personalized feature 
Artist of the Week feature 
Universal pricing 
Play 33-1/3-45 rpm records 
intermixed. Half dollar 
Remote Control optional 
HYIOOUR — Stereo, 100 selection, hideaway. 
HY160UR — Stereo, 160 selection, hideaway. 
3W100 — Wall-O-Matic “100”, Single pricing 
S3W160 — Wall-O-Matic “160”, Single pricing 
TWI — -Twin stereo wall speaker, 8 inch 
TCI — Twin stereo corner speakers, 8 inch 
TRI — Twin stereo recessed speakers, 8 inch 
EBWCI-12 — Extended bass corner/wall 

speaker, 12 inch 

PRVC-2— Powered remote volume control 
CC-2 — Coin counter — PS6-1Z — Power supply 
BMS-2 — Background Music unit, plays 1000 
selections 

BMC-1 — Background Music Compact 
BMCA-1 — Companion Audio 
E2 — Cigarette vendor, free standing. 825 
pack capacity 

E2XM — Cigarette vendor, free standing, 825 
pack capacity, less match vendor. 

E3 — Cigarette vendor, modular, 825 pack 
capacity 

4SCD2 — Cold Drink vendor, with crushed 
ice, 1500 cup capacity, 4 flavor 
SCDI — Cold Drink vendor, with crushed ice, 
1500 cup capacity, 7 flavor. 

Cl — Candy vendor, capacity up to 800 units. 

Gum and mint unit optional 
PI — Pastry vendor, capacity up to 184 units 
CPI — Snack vendor, capacity up to 200 units 
candy and 92 units pastry. Gum and mint 
unit optional. 

661 — Seeburg/Bally coffee vendor, brews 
coffee cup at a time, dry or refrigerated 
liquid cream. Selective: 6, Capacity: 460 
7 oz. cups 

662 — Seeburg/Bally coffee vendor, brews 
coffee cup at a time, dry cream. Selective; 
5, Capacity: 200 7 oz. cups 

UNITED MFG. CORP. 

Silver (Roll Down) June '62 

Shuffle Baseball (6/62) 

Avalon Shuffle Alley (4/62) 

Alamo Bowling Alley (4/62) 

Bonus Baseball 

UNITED MUSIC CORP. 

UPD-lOO Monaural 
UPD-IOOS Stereo 

URBAN INDUSTRIES 

Kiddie Kolor Kartoon Movie 

Machine 

Peek-A-Rama 

VALLEY SALES CO. 

Deluxe 6-Pocket Models 

Model 750A— 75x42x31 

Model 850A— 84x47x31 

Model 900A— 90x50x31 

Special 6-Pocket Model 
Model 746A— 75x42x31 

Regulation Bumper Pool 

WILLIAMS MFG. CO. 

Trade Winds 3-5 Ball Play (June ’62) 

Extra Inning Baseball 
World Series (Free play model) 

Road Racer 

Voice-O-Gfaph 

THE WURLITZER COMPANY 

2600 Stereo-Mono., 200-sel. phono. 

2610 Stereo-Mono., 100-sel. phono. 

Wall Boxes 

5250 WB 200-sel. 10-25-50^ 

5207 DB 104-sel 

5200 WB 100-sel. 10-25-50^ 

Speakers 

5119 High Fidelity Ceiling Spkr. — 12" Cone 

5122 Stereo Convertible Console Spkr. 

5123 Stereo Wall Spkr. — 12" Coaxial 

5124 Stereo Comer Spkr. — 8" Extendedi 
Range 

5125 Stereo Extender Spkr. (Packed in 
Pairs) 

6126 Stereo Directional Spkr. (Packed ia 
Pairs) 

Hideaway Phonographs 
2617 Stereo-Mono. 20C-sel. 

2611 Stereo-Mono. 100-seL 




COIN MACHINE INVENTORY LISTS— USED EQUIPMENT 

A CompiloHon of Phonographs and Amusement Machines Actively Troded On Used Coin Machine Markets New Mochmes Are Listed Else 


MUSIC 

MACHINES 

AMI 

D-40, *51. 40 SeL 
D-80, *51, 80 SeL 
E40. *53. 60 SeL 
E-80, *53. 80 SeL 
E-120. *53, 120 SeL 
F-80. *54, 80 SeL 
F.120, *54, 120 SeL 
&80, *55, 120 SeL 
G-120, *55, 120 SeL 
G-200, *56, 200 SeL 
H.120, *57, 120 SeL 
H-200, *57, 200 Sel. 
MOOM, *58, 100 Sel. 
WOOM, *58, 200 SeL 
I200E. *58. 200 Sel. 
J200K, *59, 200 Sel. 
J200M, *59, 200 Sel. 
J.120, *59, 120 Sel. 

K200, *60, 200 Sel. 

K120, *60, 120 Sel. 
ContinentaL *60, 200 Sel. 
Lyric, *60, 100 Sel. 

ROCK-OLA 

1436. *52, FirebaU, 120 
SeL 

1436A, *53. FirebaU, 120 
Sel. 

1438, *54, Comet, 120 Sel. 
1446, *54, HiFi, 120 Sel. 
1488, *55. HiFi, 120 Sel. 
1452, *55. 50 Sel. 

1454, *56, 120 Sel. 

1455, *57, 200 Sel. 

1458, *58, 120 Sel. 

1465, *58. 200 Sel. 

1475, *59, 200 Sel. 

1468, *59, 120 Sel. 

1485, *60, 200 Sel. 

1478, *60, 120 Sel. 

1495, *61, 200 Sel. 

1488, *61, 120 Sel. 

SEEBURG 

MIOOA, *51. 100 Sel. 
MIOOB, *51, 100 Sel. 
MIOOBL, *51, 100 SeL 
Light Cab 
lUOOC, *52, 100 SeL 
HFIOOG, *53, 100 Sel. 
HFIOOR, *54, 100 Sel. 
V200, *55, 200 Sel. 
VL200, *56, 200 Sel. 
KD200H, *57, 200 Sel. 
LlOO, *57, 100 Sel. 

201, *58, 200 Sel. 

161, *58, 160 Sel. 

222, *59, 160 Sel. 

220, *59. 100 SeL 
Q-160, *60, 160 Sel. 
0-100, *60, 100 Sel. 
AY160S, *61, 160 Sel. 
AYIOOS, *61. 100 Sel. 

WURLITZER 
1250, *50, 48 SeL 45 or 
78 RPM 

1400, *51. 48 SeL 45 or 
78 RPM 

1450, *51, 48 SeL 45 or 
78 RPM 

1500, *52, 104 SeL 45 & 
78 Intermix 
1500 A, *53, 104 Sel, 45 
& 78 Intermix 
1600, *53, 48 SeL 45 & 

78 Intermix 
1650, *53, 38 Sel. 


1650A, *54, 48 

Sel. 

1700, 

*54, 

104 

SeL 

1800, 

*55, 

104 

Sel. 

1900, 

*56, 

200 

Sel. 

2000, 

•56, 

200 

SeL 

2100, 

•57, 

200 

Sel. 

2104, 

•57, 

104 

Sel. 

2150, 

•57, 

200 

Sel. 

2200, 

•58, 

200 

Sel. 

2204, 

*58, 

104 

Sel. 

2250, 

•58, 

200 

Sel. 

2300, 

•59, 

200 

Sel. 

2304, 

•59, 

104 

Sel. 

2310, 

•59, 

100 

Sel. 

2400, 

•60, 

200 

SeL 

2404, 

•60, 

104 

SeL 

2410, 

•60, 

100 

SeL 

2500, 

•61, 

200 

Sel. 

2504, 

•61, 

104 

SeL 

2510, 

•61, 

100 

Sel. 


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PINGAMES 

BALLY 
Acapulco (5/61) 
Barrel-O-Fun (9/60) 
Barrel-O-Fun *61 (4/61) 
BaUerina (6/59) 

Beach Beauty (11/56) 
Beach Time (9/58) 

Beauty Contest (1/60) 

Big Show (9/56) 
Broadway (12/55) 

Can-Can 

Carnival (11/57) 

Carnival (^ueen (11/58) 
Circus (8/57) 

Circus Oneen (2/61) 
County Fair (10/59) 
Crossroads (1/56) 

Cypress Gardens (6/58) 
Double Header (7/56) 
Flying Circus 2P (6/61) 
Key West (12/56) 

Laguna Beach (3/60) 
Lite-A-Line (2/61) 
Lotta-Fun (9/59) 

Miami Beach (9/54) 

Miss America (2/58) 
Night Club (4/56) 

Parade (6/56) 

Queens (Bcb, Is, Trop.) 

3/60 

Roller Derby (6/60) 

Sea Island (2/59) 

Show Time (3/57) 

Sun VaUey (7/57) 

Target RoU (1/58) 
Touchdown (11/60) 

U5jV. (8/58) 

GOTTLIEB 

Around Wld. 2P (7/59) 
Atlas 2P (5/59) 

Brite Star 2P (4/58) 
Captain ELidd 2P (7/60) 
Contest 4P (10/58) 

ConU. Cafe 2P (7/57) 
Criss Cross IP (3/58) 
Dneg. DoUs IP (6/60) 
Dbl. Action 2P (1/59) 
Fair Lady (12/56) 

Falstaff 4P (11/57) 
Fashion Show 2P (6/30) 
Flagship (1/57) 

Flipper IP (11/60) 
Flipper Clown (4/62) 
Flipper Fair IP (11/61) 
Flpr. Parade (5/61) 

Foto Finish IP (1/61) 
Gondolier 2P (8/58) 
ffi-Diver IP (4/59) 
Kewpie DoU IP (10/60) 
Liberty BeUe 4P (3/62) 
Ltng. BaU IP (12/59) 
Lite-A-Card 2P (3/60) 
MademoiseUe 2P (11/59) 
Majestic (4/57) 

Melody Lane 2P (9/60) 
Mry.-Go-Round 2P 
(12/60) 

Miss AnnabeUe IP (8/59) 
Oklahoma 4P (2/61) 
Picnic 2P (10/58) 

Qnn. of Diam. (6/59) 
Race Time 2P (3/59) 
Rocket Ship IP (5/58) 
Roto Pool IP (7/58) 
Royal Flush (5/57) 

Seven Seas 2P (1/60) 
Showboat IP (4/61) 
SUver IP (10/57) 

Sittin’ Pretty IP (11/58) 
Spot-A-Card IP (3/60) 
Straight Flush IP 
(12/57) 

Straight Shooter (2/59) 
Sunshine IP (10/58) 

Spr. Circus 2P (10/57) 
Sweet Sioux 4P (9/59) 
Texan 4P (4/60) 

Tropic Isle IP (5/62) 
Universe IP (10/59) 
Wagon Train IP (4/60) 
Whirlwind 2P (2/58) 
World Beauties IP 
(2/60) 

World Champ IP (8/57) 

KEENEY 

Flash Back 

Old Plantation (2/61) 
Black Dragon 

WILLIAMS 

(^sino IP (10/58) 

Qub House IP (10/59) 
Oossword IP (4/59) 
Darts IP (6/60) 

Fiesta 2P (12/59) 


PINGAMES 

Four Star IP (7/58) 

Gay Paree (6/57) 

Gldn. Bells IP (9/59) 
Gldn. Gloves IP (1/60) 
Gusher IP (9/58) 

Jig Saw IP (12/57) 

Jungle IP (9/60) 

Kings IP (8/57) 

Music Man 4P (8/60) 
Naples 2P (9/57) 

Nags IP (3/60) 

Reno IP (10/59) 

Rocket IP (11/59) 
SateUite IP (7/58) 

Sea WoU IP (7/59) 
Serenade 2P (5/60) 

Space Ship 2P (12/61) 
Starfire (1/57) 
Steeplechase IP (11/57) 
10 Strike 2P (1/58) 

3-D IP (11/58) 
Tic-Tac-Toe IP (1/59) 
Top Hat (10/58) 

Turf Champ (8/58) 
Twenty-One IP (2/60) 
Viking 2P (10/61) 

Black Jack IP (1/60) 

SHUFFLES 

and 

BOWLERS 

BALLY 

Shuffles 

ABC Bowler (7/55) 
Congress (7/55) 

Jumbo Bowler (9/55) 
King Pin Bowler (9/55) 
ABC Spr. Del. Bowler 
(9/57) 

All-Star Bowling (12/57) 
AU-Star Deluxe (2/58) 
Lucky Shuffle (9/58) 

Star Shuffle (10/58) 

Speed Bowler (11/58) 
Club Bowler (2/59) 

Quh Deluxe (5/59) 
Monarch Bowler (11/59) 
Official Jumho (3/60) 
Jnmho Deluxe (9/60) 

Boll Bowlers 
ABC Bowling Lane 
(1/57) 

ABC Tournament Bowler 
(6/57) 

ABC Champion Bowler 
(10/57) 

Strike Bowler (11/57) 
Trophy Bowler (4/58) 
Ln«£y Alley (8/58) 

Pan American (6/59) 
Challenger (9/59) 
CHICAGO COIN 
Shuffles 

Triple Strike (2/55) 
Arrow (2/55) 

Criss Cross Targette 
(1/55) 

Bonus Score (4/55) 
HoUywood (5/55) 
BUnker (8/55) 
Score-A-Line (9/55) 
Bowling Team (10/55) 
Rocket Shuffle (3/58) 
Explorer Shuffle (6/58) 
Rebound Shuffle (12/58) 
Championship (11/58) 
Double Feature (12/58) 
Red Pin (2/59) 

Bowl Master (8/59) 

4-Game Shuffle (11/59) 
BuU’s Eye Drop Ball 
(12/59) 

6-Game Shuffle (6/60) 
Triple Gold Pin 
Pro (2/61) 

Boll Bowlers 

Bowling League (2/57) 
Ski Bowl 6 Plyr (11/57) 
Classic Bowling Lg. 
(7/57) 

TV Bowling League 
(11/57) 

Luck Strike (1/58) 

TV (with rollovers) 
Player’s Choice (9/58) 
Twin Bowler (10/58) 
King Bowler (3/59) 
Queen Bowler (9/59) 
Duke Bowler (8/60) 
Duchess Bowler (8/60) 
Princess (4/61) 


SHUFFLES 

and 

BOWLERS 

UNITED 

Shuffles 

Clipper (5/55) 

5th Inning (6/55) 
Capitol (6/55) 

Super Bonus (9/55) 
DeLuxe model 
Top Notch (10/55) 
Regulation (11/55) 
6-Star (10/57) 

Midget Bowling Alley 
(3/58) 

Shooting Stars (4/58) 
Eagle (5/58) 

Atlas (8/58) 

Cyclone (10/58) 
Niagara (11/58) 

Dual (1/59) 

Zenith (6/59) 

Flash (6/59) 

3- Way (9/59) 

4- Way (12/59) 

Big Bonus (2/60) 
Sunny (5/60) 

Sure Fire (10/60) 
Line-Up (1/61) 

5- Way (5/61) 

Ball Bowlers 

Bowling Alley (11/56) 
Jnmho Bowling (9/57) 
Royal Bowler (12/57) 
Pixie Bowler (8/58) 
Duplex (11/58) 
Simplex (5/59) 
Advance (5/59) 

League (10/59) 
Handicap (11/59) 
Teammate (12/59) 
Falcon (4/60) 

Savoy (5/60) 
Bowl-A-Rama (9/60) 
Tip Top (10/60) 

Dixie (1/61) 

Cameo 

5-Star Bowling (5/61) 
Classic (6/61) 

WILLIAMS 
Ball Bowlers 

RoU-A-BaU (12/56) 

6 Player 


UPRIGHTS 

AB Circus (5/56) 

AB County Fair (3/57) 
AB Circus Wagon 
Wheels (12/58) 

AB Galloping Dominos 
AB Circus Play Ball 
(4/59) 

AB Magic Mirror 
Horoscope (11/59) 

AB Mermaid (3/60) 

B Jumbo (5/59) 

B Sportsman (6/59) 

B Jamboree (10/60) 

B Super Jumbo (11/60) 
CC Star Rorftet (5/59) 
GA Skeet Shoot (1/57) 
GA Super Hunter (6/57) 
GA Double Shot (4/58) 
GA Wild Cat (12/58) 
GA Spr. Wild Cat 
GA Twin Wild Cat 
(7/59) 

GA Super Wild Cat 
TraU Blazer (12/60) 
Twin Trail Blazer (2/61) 
K Big Tent 

K Spr. Big Tent (6/57) 
K Shawnee (1/59) 

K Big Roundup (3/59) 
K Litde Buckeroo ( V59) 
K DeL Big Tent (5/59) 
K Big 3 (5/59) 

K Touchdown (9/59) 

K Big Dipper (10/59) 

K Twin Big Tent 
K Criss Cross Diamond 
(1/60) 

K Red Arrow (4/60) 
Sweet Shawnee *60 
Black Dragon *60 
K Twin Red Arrow 
(5/60) 

K Hashback (6/61) 


ARCADE ARCADE 


ABT 6 Gun Rifle Range 
Air Football 
Air Hockey 
Auto Photo Model 9 
Amer. Shuff. Situation 

( 5 / 61 ) „ 

B Undersea Raider 
B Derby Gun (2/60) 

B Bulls Eye Shooting 
Gallery (9/55) 

B Big Inning (5/58) 

B Heavy Hitter (4/59) 

B Ball Park (4/60) 

B Sharpshooter (2/61) 

B Golf Champ (8/58) 

B Bat. Practice (8/59) 

B Skill RoU (B 3/58) 

B Moon Raider (7/59) 

B Targets (10/59) 

B Spook Gun (9/58) 

B SkiU Parade (1/59) 

B SkiU Score (6/60) 

B SyU Derby (10/60) 

B Del. SkiU Parade 
(4/59) 

Capitol Midget Movies 
CC BuUseye BasebaU 
CC BasketbaU Champ 
CC 4-Player Derby 
CC Goalee 
CC Midget Skee 
Super model 
CC Big League (5/55) 
CC Twin Hockey (5/56) 
CC Shoot The Clown 
CC Stm. Shovel (5/56) 
CC Batter Up (4/58) 

CC Criss Cross 
Hockey (10/58) 

CC Croquet (8/58) 

CC Playland Rifle 
GaUery (8/59) 

CC Pony Express (4/60) 
CC Ray Gun (10/60) 

CC Wild West (5/61) 
Ex Gun Patrol 
Ex Jet Gun 
Ex Space Gun 
Ex Pony Express 
Fix Six Shooter 
Ex Shooting Gal. (6/54) 
Ex Star Shtg. Gal. (9/54) 
Ex Sportland Shooting 
GaUery (11/54) 

Ex “500’’ Shooting 
GaUery (3/55) 

Ex Treasure Cove 
Shooting Gal. (6/55) 
Ex Jungle Hunt (3/57) 
Ex Ringer BaU (11/56) 
Ex Pop Gun (9/57) 

Ge Lucky Seven 
Ge Sky Gunner 
Ge Night Fighter 
Ge 2-Player BasketbaU 
Ge Rifle Gal. (6/54) 

Ge Big Top Rifle 
GaUery (6/54) 

Super model (12/55) 
Ge Gun Club 
Ge Wild West Gun 
(2/55) 

Ge Sky Rocket Rifle 
GaUery (5/55) 

Ge Championship 
BasebaU (9/55) 

Ge Quarterback (10/55) 
Ge Hi Fly BasebaU 
(5/56) 






(6/56) 

Ge Davy Crockett 
(10/56) 

Ge Circus Rifle (3/57) 
Ge Motorama (10/57) 
Ge Gypsy Grandma 
(5/57) 

Ge Fun Fair (3/58) 

Ge Space Age Gun 
(6/58)/ 

Jungle Joe 
Ke Air Raider 
Ke Sub Gun 
Ke Sportland 
DeLuxe model 
Ke Ranger (3/55) 
DeLuxe model (3/55) 
Ke League Leader (4/58) 
Ke Sportland 
Mid Red BaU (5/59) 
Mid Joker BaU (11/59) 
Midway Basooka (10/60) 
Midway Shooting 
Gallery (2/60) 


DeL Model (5/61) 
ivrnia Panorama Peek 
(11/54) 

Munves Bike Race 
(5/58) 

Mnnv. Sat. Trkr. (5/59) 
Mu Atomic Bomber 
Mu Ace Bomber 
Mu Dr. MobUe 
Mu Fly Saucers 
Muto Lord’s Prayer 
Mu Photo (Pre-War) 

Mu Photo (DeLuxe) 

Mu Silver (Cloves 
Mu Sky Fighter 
Munves Squoits (11/57) 
Muto Voice-O-Graph 
Pre-War Model 
Post-War Model 
Mu K. 0. Champ 
Mu Drive Yourself 
Mu Bang-O-Rama (4/57) 
Philadelphia Toboggan 
Skee AUey 
Scientific Pitch ’Em 
Seehurg Bear Gun 
Seeburg Coon Hunt 
Set Shot BaskethaU 
Telequiz 
Un Jungle Gun 
Un Corn. Gun (10/54) 
Un Bonus Gun (1/55) 
Un Star Slugger (7/55) 
Un Spr. Slugger (4/56) 
Un Pirate Gun (10/56) 
UN Yankee BB (3/59) 
Un Sky Raider (10/58) 
Wm. DeL BB (4/53) 
Wm. Major Leaguer 
Wm. Big Lg. BB (2/54) 
Wm. Jet Fighter (10/54) 
Wm. Safari (2/54) 

Wm. Polar Hunt (3/55) 
Wm. Sidewalk Eng 
(4/55) 

Wm. King of Swat 
(5/55) 

Wm. 4-Bagger (4/56) 
Wm. Crane (10/56) 

Wm. Peppy Clown 
(12/56) 

Wm. 1957 Baseball 
Wm. 10-Strike (12/57) 
Wm. Ten Pins (12/57) 
Wm. Shortstop (4/58) 
Wm. Pinchhitter (4/59) 
Wm. Vangard (10/58) 
Wm. Hercules (2/59) 
Wm. Crusader (6/59) 
Wm. Titan (8/59) 

Wm. DeL Bat. Champ 
(5/61) 

Bally Champion Horse 
Bally Moon Ride 
Official Baseball (4/60) 


KIDDIE RIDES 

Bally Champion Horse 
Bally Moon Ride 
Bally Space Ship 
Bally Speed Boat 
BaUy Tnrvle. Trolley 
Bert Lane Lancer Horse 
Bert Lane Merry-Go- 
Round 

B.L. Miss America Boat 
Bert Lane Fire Engine 
B.L. Whirly Bird (3/61) 
B.L. Moon Rocket 
(3/61) 

Capitol Donald Duck 
Capitol Elsie 
Capitol Palomina Horse 
Capitol See Saw 
Chicago Coin Super Jet 
Chicago Round The 
World Trainer 
Deco Merry-Go-Round 
Deco Space Ranger 
Exhibit Big Broncho 
Exhibit Mustang 
Exhibit Sea Skates 
Exhibit Space Patrol 
Exhibit Rudolph The 
Reindeer 

Scientific Television 
Scientific Boat Ride 
Texas Merry-Go-Round 


Cash Box — July 28, 1962 



THE ^^THREE-IN-ONE" 
PHONOGRAPH 
STYLED FOR YOUR 
MOST DISCRIMINATING 
LOCATIONS 


mwmm 










# ♦ • 


: * • • 


Every feature of the ne\w Rowe AMI phonograph is truly high style. The lighted 
front grille with its distinctive ornament. The full-width backlighted location 
identification. The eye-catching, ever-changing star panel. This is the phono- 
graph to enhance even the most discriminating locations. 

So many features to increase play and profits; "Three-in-One" flexibility; 
for programming 200, 160 or 100 selections . . . Stereo Round*; the self- 
contained stereo system . . . Top Talent Tunes to build play for feature artists 
. . . new selection keyboard . . . new "now playing” record indicator . . . new 
lightweight mechanism and front access for operating convenience. 

The new Rowe AMI will proudly take you in to new locations, appreciably 
boost your take in present locations. See it. Hear it. Buy it. 

*Pat. pendinB 

ROWE AC SERVICES 

DIVISION OF AUTOMATIC CANTEEN COMPANY OF AMERICA 
18 So. Michigan Ave., Chicago 3, Illinois 

AMi 


Cash Box — July 28, 1962 


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San Diego’s Famed 

RED FOX ROOM 

Installs Ten Top Tune 

WURLITZER 

One of the smartest gathering spots in San Diego is 
the Red Fox Room of the Lafayette Hotel. Originally 
an English Inn built in 1560, it was dismantled in 
1926, shipped to the U. S., reassembled and, today, 
is one of the city's elite dining centers. 

Frank Harris, owner of the Red Fox Room, recently 
installed a Wurlitzer Model 2600 with the Ten Top 
Tunes feature. He has nothing but praise for the 
way its beautiful cabinetry harmonizes with the room 
decor, its location personalization feature, and the 
extra income afforded by the Ten Top Tunes for a 
half-dollar. 

According to Mr. Harris, many patrons comment on 
the tremendous improvement this instrument is over 
any other they have seen or heard. 




Sid Gillman, Head Coach of San Diego’s 
Pro-Football Chargers, and Frank Harris, 
owner of the Red Fox Room, enjoying 
Wurlitzer Music. 


Your Wurlitzer Distributor can prove all of these 
facts to you. See him TODAY! 


THE WURLITZER COMPANY • NORTH TONAWANDA, N. Y. 
106 Years of Musical Experience 


WURLITZER 260 

Only phonograph to offer Ten Top Tunes 
for Fifty Cents at the press of a Single Button 


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Cash Box — July 28. 1962 




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GAME 

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BONU^^ . RUNS 
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Flashing Lights Skill-Timing 
Plus Accurate Pocket Sh^ 
Build Up RUNS SCM^^ays 

BASEptORES 

TRANSFERiTO BONUS SCORES 

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Extremely Quiet 
Operation 


FAST 

PLAY 


SINGLES 

DOerfeiES TRIPLES 


872 FT. LONG 

2 V 2 ft. wide 

SHIPPING WEIGHT (crated) 

465 lbs. 


10c PER GAME 

Designed by the ORIGINATOR 

of Coin-Operated 

SHUFFLE ALLEYS and 
BOWLING ALLEYS 


SIMPLE 

TROUBLE-FREE MECHANISM 


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Model 1493 


experience in sound for 
^d plays and greater profits 

PrinCess — Compact— Versatile-Daring High Styling coupled 
^ith the; Pbrld Famous ROCK-^ Tradiuon of excellence in 
engineering, unexcelled dependability and quality convinces you at 
a glance that here is truly the World’s Finest All Purpose Stereo- 
p:^^nie— Monaural Compact Console Phonograph. 

The Princess is truly a rhapsody of color ... a symphony of high 
style with the sound of the future . . . today. 

Maximum earnings and complete location satisfaction are assured. 




«« REVERBA-SOUND »». 

New CUSTOMER PLEASING SOUND 
«« REVERBA-SOUND »» The 
Sound of the Future . . . Today ... is 
available on the PRINCESS COMPACT 
PHONOGRAPH. (Optional Equipment) 
ROCK-OLA’S «« REVERBA- 
SOUND »» Reverberation Unit pro- 
duces concert hall realism from recorded 
music in all locations regardless of size 
or configuration through an electroni- 
cally integrated acoustical delay line 
system. Rock-Ola's «« REVERBA- 
SOUND »» fills every corner of the 
location with deep, rich, melodic tones 
for true living-presence "wall to 
wall" music. 


STEREOPHONIC SOUND 
Position on theTRI-FONIC SWITCH 

Delivers all sound power to the two 
separate stereo extension speakers. 
Eliminating the main unit speakers, 
this allows the phonograph to be placed 
in a profitable heavy traffic area while 
the speakers are placed for best stereo 
reproduction. 


MONAURAL SOUND POSITION 
ON THE TRI-FONIC SWITCH 
DELIVERS All the sound thru the 
two built-in main unit speakers. One 
heavy duty 12" speaker and a wide 
dispersion high compression driver 
horn which are skillfully matched tor 
the finest of high fidelity music in 
any location. 


REINFORCED STEREO SOUND 
POSITION on the TRI-FONIC 
SWITCH DELIVERS the true stereo 
music to the extension speakers and 
also supplies monaural music to the 
main unit speakers. This combined 
woofer and tweeter speaker arrange- 
ment fully compensates for any acous- 
tic deficiencies and provides smooth, 
aural-balanced, stereophonic sound 
even in extra large or odd shaped 
locations. 


Only from a Rock-Ola Phonograph with 
its "Tri-Fonic" Flexibility do you get 
three phonographs in one. 

The Rock-Ola built dual-channel ampli- 
fier with its "Tri-Fonic" switch permits 
instant conversion from monaural to 
stereo or reinforced stereo at the flip- 
of-a-switch. 

There is no need for costly conversion 
parts. Only stereo extension speakers 
are needed. Rock-Ola's three position 
"Tri-Fonic" switch offers these three 
sound choices: 


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